Gainesville daily sun

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Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title:
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Running title:
Daily sun
Alternate Title:
Gainesville daily sun
Place of Publication:
Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
H.H. McCreary
Publication Date:
Daily (except Saturday)[-1938]
Daily (except Monday)[ FORMER <1903>-]
normalized irregular


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
29.665245 x -82.336097


The Daily Sun was based in Gainesville, the seat of Alachua County and shipping center for Florida’s citrus region. The newspaper was formed through the merger in 1890 of the Gainesville Advocate and the Daily Morning Record. The Daily Sun described itself as a “democratic” paper. It was published daily, except Mondays, by Henry Hamilton McCreary, the scion of a prominent southern family. After completing a degree at the University of Kentucky, McCreary established himself as a newspaper editor at the age of twenty. McCreary also rose to prominence as a politician in the Democratic Party, first as a city councilman and later as a member of the state assembly, to which he was re-elected several times. McCreary considered himself a staunch patriot and fervently supported industrialization as a means of strengthening Florida and the nation. McCreary’s wife, born Irene Richardson, was well connected in the civic networks of Gainesville and northeast Florida and served both as vice-president of the Florida Federation of Women’s Clubs and president of the United Daughters of the Confederacy. The Daily Sun was continued, in 1903, by the Gainesville Daily Sun which briefly carried the title of the Gainesville Sun.
Additional Physical Form:
Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
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Resource Identifier:
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002027051 ( AlephBibNum )
sn 95026977 ( LCCN )
sn 95026977 ( LCCN )

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Related Item:
Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by:
Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by:
Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by:
Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news


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a|iw t, thsM ao e db e that the p'in Sip g1N ReV. lpat isry e a iIIdIe *et*0
bwg Th 1te d ieslalt Jeie. boated A tra tr Chat. tes puersit ofa m WOl 1et10 to atre e0a1ed pbet Hv ek a Iit.i *o0f I

INa of the m i tyo ane r ee t o as e refai d p *t
dpe t P rt e h p Tal l b it Sorll IE phRuieFInd% ..sule A Dr s hI le l lth t clms o cI tid rto ftMn Jacs ont a Thiapeds ut tl.

whs I. a p s nkle ep nt ItI nhe t etreetong p nvhl satrtthe A behllt.aae te e eote t.te l o t I*terl i

Pthe lcl coeiaotiB recevt th tlafru l 0t, 0f0o rplg tht et of war or po be * w. pds it e t a s wt b i01e rk '00 ivh
e. .aion8it l br1e 1 terve. The li a itui roni theg h ai of rNeti wpulithey fl oari rryld, te bw to" ile 1i 1 o. a ld

rod t he rs r ts o ed. hC e eb r. Fal pothl reet ero iceio na trl ot a a o tOa tle pronl afs f SKp a
al" iht -thaeete n ohen A dugiv hattic haree nw be nt tothe. d hed h vie tim ows.e the, tet tp Wrs sn .v eh Pn

s .th s reprt ano. t wo pld ld .o. e f .n f h mayos hn pri. t*l ,is t r tf b er ee, i,' Tl d Nx e wt tha S
ate that P ort Arthurpet buth f al. p ende ne's that ather uball &o ta thi a p er Abett farmyer who llive.abO t e Ms ili ke #t tit*
4Th local Japinese Andrp th n taId. Poin o coall g dirictl y fIrm tht t.rO b the thte the greelg erw. tm T W

rhip ot u l ire subsertb.n or frolt coterh eatomp a yin th e h crim wo a alta d t ie UI t h aet he to v*he< *^
atioyl vdtprt p lrtatetoser lebra. the t .t.fl whether 1esl of .eec let r mad althe p1aw o< I s tleo s
fKtopid fa55 of thle fortrehw. prweset thofiolvtr at th -e metim s hip. t lte ab ut a rero ile fromlAOh.iste Thf h Cin h lo an 4 toda oS ,m ofr tly r thee (w% O I rs, lte*r- t .gthe w It l ds hll f/ t
n lithe r i re lpfen Tiuo fha l Tt 4flth. ey f t ) rdnlatesertvionrg e iut rlel A thit m e he al" stik 'm aipe t

TM hit by l *hel ree tly u and r o t e. sbe pfrca > it n d refrenl e r m t he tIh heWO given t '
moe th hrbepor. A port wole cabra hIele betw renh op sls of swblr alt o S rttl byd the g a lhe a. td e owd
tertol da fal o toAf t the f ur bor t ped entor the m lesant the sllire t p alon g hae ai te f ang eho an lt io le Htw se H e to k pe at
tthe (t alajlm l w htd b ar nek Tho ea llon a sar above dteltll. e girl badoth hoe (rlr e th te rt a. e ei A Io rhwio
!sa phu by tae eulln refetyed u,0to. tsre I n Ia e pusto n. Ti rsef e o w in, lrtt l hs T he "ow for thp absure koced b IW dw m e th d
o War Ae l Rotge wae cabled ge'bel eter slypon o tn r a le a. nd tre t.o noo th e i sLl by thf is tut h.I mao sel t,0, h it,

se. v etrrma l K Agao a3-l;i eP e i .oance wit h the recogu in nnaoverftion. otd h eI I "o g ee lot
IAm .-D pl thead poonur f lng tha t b een as of tertiatonal w lloi he ribtl he drully juame a tt s INO IN Wal. UPOAR.
ispoa, the rUtean, les h n to. 8uese t ia on bouito oy 6l0rmost lTengs ko d O e of her tw
ta (itrsm a lt t ia te se a will rtceivo su the wad ry b4111194 Of utoe o fY'. tOner Phav 1
t.eterbur A ugnusth l ead pe o aoailne wrth the 01re"0. in beste theo. Otth elw) pi l o i. 'is,

4. r-Despit Fr poArtht ulal fasling p t tha t th at tlonalla t i g k thO hlnu liy ume 5if uIN .h WILD A

Port. Arthur is doom~e, the suceCps
with which Lieutenasnt generalal St(
'isel has been Iwatl.g off the Jap.
anese Aasaulti and the heavy losses
offereded by the bheIegers offer conild.
able iencouragemenst to tho war of.
S there s a itmit beyond whica
Troops cunot go,. no matter how gal.
l nt" paid a officer of the general
Stat this mor "A fifth of the
llmy before Port Arthur It a small a.
UrlNte of the enomy's loss up to date.
"It the storming operation, which il
*Iderktood'e l now prvtressilng, falls to
*e th00a a foothold In the rIng of in.
'm e defenses the Japin4We will be
esinMpelled 'by sheer exhaustlon to Wtop
$ad recuperate, while awaltng' addil
tloal relnforcements: onl I, person'
ally, together with sonme of my col.
hu, wil lhbandoa the tidle of a
opeal assault and settle dwn ;t
a ll sear eleog operattona. Starving
at the s lou An iLea b.miant, .ut
l-qul4t as e'lfective *way of reduo
It a fortrqe The Japanese purpose
lb lgshing matters hai dolohitles been
OIttaatke a Melton of the southernn
(lmy sd e6able it to co-operate wJith
e anpnies lsa-hnI.'', Mehi '
'he naval erirtte of the VildomostI
tly epretsse the opinflIo that tht
Arthur squadron would. commll
Ait of folly if it went out anow
dd.':. "AJltmtAlh a portion 0o
Iral .Ouktomnuky' ,olps are Il
Strim. includiag at lest tIe
vist, Pottava. ffovastopol and Pa."
it would be fteile to attempt fte
kthr ot gh A4mirat oo' stroll
RT(i squi4io would bo elosta
lit polit to Port Arthur. Onk.
would do to dismantle
t3s. tl 4 she nd his men 'as.hpe
w1 olte' ,tletoref Cuera'tl Stmel
i-to the patent of nepr i heavy and
light Sunsa atid 6.000 na Then5
*o*'.1 eaose. th l cohtp l oostd I

A proelaiatAo on thee line al. hier, s .ei ing her by the throat and
ready hIa he.?n issued hey the goveo. dragging her acreno the corner of a
nor of Mala. cotton field and into a doose rornn
p_ tch. Hv choked the. helplies vie.
CANADA'8 WHEAT YIELD. tim Into tntis4bilitty. after throwtag
her to the prowid and secomplished
It ts REtlmated at Sixty.Plve Millonb hlsawful dteed(. The negro lit l*e
bSuhel.t hurry, and aftl relt aling ooutelous
Montreal, AMuiu.l...i..A- ( 'ca4tani A the girl h5 twan to cry and 'er&eaiu
Pacific offltell st yield fot western 'anada at s5.000,000, other, who ran to hear little daughter.
bushll8 The scene that1 met ber horrifed
Three and 1e.-half .mi llio4 aores Bse, wee heartrending. Tl girti
will bheharvested< thisA falll fwa, W aleoat nUable to move, Iad he-
Iotports received from 70 ott o 95 bM lal y MIyevrl yaI s from the *pO6
levaior. tn Manitoba and the north. where she lay. Tbhe grmud slowed
west terrIRories Indicate a damage evidence of a struggle and the weed4l
from rust of 10 Itr c ent in Manitoba atd ora were mashed down, The
and practically none at all in the, clothing of the ehild was bloody and
northwest territory, In tho veral torn. Heer neck ws raed dl seatehe.
stations heard from, 39 reported I ed. s wa her fa6e. aed ti le thanb
damtage at all: 1 rep1rt only sllght teon tlnuttet, her threat wa. Waelles
damageoand|. 15 reI.orted damage from Ito an enormous file. She woe L&
is to t 4,r en.t . i fled ti the bhse. and Dr. J. A. ULd
Tt to.lwrlit of .50.0000 bhiu bel dell and W. A. lpman, two of Of
l- the noault & that milod by the Sank. drtown's $test prmulnent phyalelians
orW' ae8ln btTn a wek were sent for.
........ Ther ws Waa arried to the b tor
* Committee M ts. o Van I).vanter BiMO. where tMh
ladluanaipolx. Augtmst 22i.-Tihe na u1e-st telephOne Was r.ethed. and
Uthl executives coMtaittee f thse lnit, S re.orwt e ppread throllghowt #Ihe awlty
od Mine Workerse met today to consal-. o a tew nlnntes.
at. the alituation, In Treitansee, NoA Mea mounted horses and siosed bugp
aotlon has been announcId. his 4f.. gle, end beiycles, and went to the
ternoon Preident Dnilelly, of the boar", of the crime, and w!thlit s
Amalgamated Met Cutters and, Butch. minltes over "00 poppie W w o, thil
or Workmea'ls aaoclaon, wiit appel gr.ouHd offoriat theiti .asia sta ia
to the organlti or fori u estnce i oti the chae 'hTts lida. adn
the meat trik. wd, were aeored. uad a negro pw
S....... .. met by A few a.eB oo00 lan to w0
Ptned for Past Riding. o0 the, road, Md ting hs W,# west
Qt6ally. Ms ",. August I4,-ofe to the Alabasma state lAne ad the4
T. Wasilngton. r -. sot of the praei. tiountai s aomr e the ,ine 'he am.
dent of the Tuskegn tlstitute. Al'a bhd Iot heard of the assault, and, of
iasna, was flind $15 In la o local pem ouro. dId ot at emPt to a 1w the041
|lice eoalt today for rldit hi ll o mto fAitive. ,
bleypie above the legal speed of It Polk staplror enortr would have W
jits an .oats. The *fhltigttoft, 1 tbled this moronIngi fpo paa8
*r : pmso s1a1 I th" WottQsth. t. tb 4 ewP f *t eittrag pe
**M^ .^l .thaa .M.^ iii.,,---*,i '.^. had ,,- h, i a b 'aa^BM L us u. Ja J 1

Seuatloal Cotton Market at WNw ,O
SNew Orlea pI AIugItt .4.-it w ,m a
sensoatioal cottoa aie tody, i:,
The ring was las a wild uprt eer
eontlictlng bullisb h and bearish fl t 1'
urea and the seen oe tIhe ,6it 1
*embled those derltg the helIh $
lat' wlhtejl's bull- campaign. P 7
bulged and broke with lralap SO*.
At the oea th t w
very slightly with pie o trio s to
i4 polna higher than lee jait -
cloing. UWrpool Mad New Yori
bo th a In it e ftdkitioo ;VMS
loeal shorts. lto a peale or !Owat,* u.
A promlntat broker bought Ih0 w
bales of Ootober and O'.eeht arote
the opealai. It wu generally: aps .
pseId that this b qylag we * Pr11 in
of Now York. LIverpo oo dd the
market wlh etrymeltM At
abls. and this ad ded to Uthe sare
trnoedi the aihrss, Ate In 1U: 1 i o: so
Ing. the balef grew thp t th telt n ,
weekly droie reports would be bullif
ad (bthi caused smnor short eovrinlg t
and long buying util "rlO't w'we 4S ,
fad 4! pibtits or otvr (s p bilale high
er tbasn lst Ilght. The reports wer
the biggest surprise of the moronig,. a.
|t ad of bei(n btilibh, they wor, bi' or
lab and prices lnmmedilatly bolhe ot
fest 19 to 31 polptas bUt at noon the W
t1iarket wu still about a quarter el r
0eat higher than tat alight.
D oatructlon by Troen of
S1oax Pails, Augusnt 24.-A tora. g
do has vlteI Bryanrtt. 8. C.. s*d *1.
elsity. Satny 6buteilsiao VIe weh*
;d. MYrs P. r. IIIllaig wa killed. g' h
daughter, Nellie, ie bjused and drel g p
dlip A numther of othMra were sort,
oa4ly INtituilO'd, of .tope'Ii .tig .
OtO vy.; I11 I4O*ed t *1,4 1 W
tia wa esantlsy desetee Wit hid A


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t sta t ose nes ars 1 Of t
lhs aMppges. wa todhr tAdagws
'Fb** fate*Res ellsi art seselas
age Ph?. agae valuee evesrflbes

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t P ii*h Chatm oM last* nlihbt oe-
atis to MIne wbern they wir' work
s toe piklt house
STy wer ithprd from the 1smal
o oin by ate servi

Onm rer, rsi, AuBat 24 -rAttorneys
p S lot Ite di iite court to qauh
ew alrve i iihe iw mawBrnt ftraw na d.
19ses uiat l ituted y Lawr f imee C..
(!Ibpps. It cootended. that there
os. nver p war personal service on
I r. Plph #ad that ttia sr' errors
I the ,nmpiss t self which reader it
Siilld4. Thit pleading will servo to
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w itgo, lite h serit.s ol ttiao. e it

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i^ S i.ntB la he for W itat Of ttabemr.
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l| e. MIfAr5IUor of Mr lord's B4disel.e-TElkader
a, r.l yIfilth. fath i it in
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pr r M e AliAGE FROM tHi WATER.

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50 wihtes the *eraet. (

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saify leartAre of eiaknowit 9rigle do.
*u ub-e headmame thuddfe of 3.
o i M wita p*30lss
b he*wa oefup" 4 by
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lcttiona of Arixona *ubjlcted to Tel%
relitial Raina,
tban a&a :lci of(rain hai fellen over
this .tt odn dotng gtw.,t. daitage to
rail a 4 agon roads.
Th e *war r it nlning so high at
Truxton r inn that no eatlaate of
tle 'aamag caql te made at. hor.
SSeveral brs's ar reported ges,
ad Klt Ivat' 2. 000 ffet od toawld.
Tho Arlvtu'a and i t.i raillroad, i
raeOtltlyW a *reck. tb* bridges are

siOe m ando a washed' out in plam
for ill s
Chilera Infantum.
Ths disease has lost its terror sine
Cheabrlain's Colle. Cholera aind Ii.
ro A- 0 Remedy eamea ito general
IN. The, uni(orm, scosw whicb at.
loads te ue of thfe reoiedy i all
ea of bowel eoaplaint 'Un ehidmren
has. mld It a flvorvite wherever It
aloe ha becOme known. For sale by

Career Qudit of ertker..:
Wansp. N. :., August 1-Pormiet
Secretary of tfh, Tr*a,'ury John 0. Cars
mo*ruant r l*'.t of d Judgt Pbrker,
N!omot64H! New. York Utlday. 'Neither
b0OtIlamr. j11, it0ga iwoold ray anything
of lt:.s l"t'rf or rilT], W'f thir eon.,
fttrteae which waml"almstk .unbtvaa
tOb oult a*( eoirltsit.. The candle
date to now wing flooded with cam.
plig tiusf' atd maarheb. waltz,
tw Asteps 'and ped0s apUBP famillat
ape are tn almost every mlul.
Why Not LeasP to SpOk Spanish?
i book tlid,. What to
t elh nd p to It .5 0
Ime dl100lop tMwerett *a1at. At.
t~~oasi~t Lls* #lr~ilel~, iTornch.



Jaockonville .rA N'w York,
.... C aliB a OHAR I A .l, .,bos .. .w .
e ftast tn emehIi t ue sli ileswI aigo
?lyde New England aznd southern Llnee
Diles .isr lReBe a JAC itolfLLEI.OZITTON and
PROVIDas sod All AnItern Poit.,
IlBlag at Charleate. both ways.
S Moubem ad ........ V..... ...J. ..... F ewis' Wharf. Bor.o a
ionhbouad. ............ .. Fo Foot of CIherine it.. Jacks le

C1v St J s ,iver Liu
S Botweon JACKtoONVILS asnld ATrO4sn i
Stooping a Palakh. Ator, aS Franelt. Be'esfotn (Ite Ad), aN.i l1atermeui4N|
Liaditp a st. John River
SLeTveJasekonville 8:a0p p. m.4aeTusldsys nd Thursday,
Learo Bstaford 9:30 a. m. MeosdW. W, ln4iaed 4Fridays.
*f 'tsppols l to ailft as olows: L
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The Atlantic Coast Lin
0mnt0ory #nd *t IN or ixFieFlyer Through
Atlant[i nd Chttinoog0a.

Round Tri RIates Frotm (tsInesille:

$41 $36.80
O al.e d46 1 ood 11 til lDe. 26. On slle daily, 6o fixsti

$29.65 $22.35
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'; fc rw Was 1 town1 4 fow d'
.ig. lhi eling In an u'anusial joyl
w.d Hl ISu0ul smll were broid
i eztegu l s evd lihile natlr iee. (
Mdo uked tbh qiu. he reivilied "
.00Ft.'rli Mothr and "hld Ire oli
I fM. lwho e tiB e pat r1
:t a0ailk ,1 with 'hydrophob
'hed *ohI1lng In eoselt with
AlW dol, we are Informd loat anoth
,el IMs wtek with the Sina disease.
Misses Maod Nevill. and ieay
.b:t.S two of GaOla W lle's harmai
oq .a liad lt who hive been the 1u
"o Miss Al"a Blltih forth past wel
getalord homn unaday. so to take
,ee, urlolan to Pit. Petersburg Mo
Eli Fut1t0 of the Central City ls v
ligtlrelaftivs here ald skipg In t(
lathlng at Worthlingon Springs tI
SWe are harln fine weather fo' gl
toe pilkiptp ow. The weather led
sad hoti Aia Is needed on the eag
and potti eprope, which are sufferim
i aseoonat of, the lack of moltuio
..Cotton, is doing very well now-i
,Worms yel reported In this vieflnl
Wointag hal fairly beg unand pieki
Sa!r tae. re, tI feared that .flose
heads o p!eklng cannot be hat .
SThe hog eholersa I till an epilden
here. It sems that there will be bi
o' few hogs left. There lhas been stver
S lunidred head died in the past nlonm
It sllee that no sure oure has be
found as yet for the disease. T
farmer are at a toss to know where
'set hoel too, awnie the large crop
peanuts, ohltfa and peas that are b
lag grown hl this eommunIty, as t
*bove mentioned orops were nover bi
tsr than this years erop,
The Missionary Baptists are rounii
a protracted, meeting at the, No
Pleasant Urove Chureh this week. Ito
Hartman of Paradise, the regular ps
toria:isted by Rev. Newton Kingl
lamptops, lradford county. Thi
.meeting# are being patrolised by
large a ongregation as could be a
paeted at this busy season of the ye
The patrons express themselves
being well satiailed with the appoint
ent of teachers of this school for I
coming term.

A...L. Vidal is Making a Popular Place
of His Famous Store.
If there is an Up-to-date cold drink
establishment, eigar store, book and
snews storp In the 8tate, surely the
establishment of A. I, Vidal on the
north 'side of the square is one of them.
Mr. Vidal, who recently purchased
the interesti of hll partner, Phillip
Miller. Is ono of the most energetic
Sand up-.t-date young men in the
8tate, as has been demonstrated by
the many improvements recently li.-
Aroduned in the business. He Is atow
operating on the eashler plan. which
Is an improvement over the old ian--
neo of paying the salesmen and wait-
ug for an indellfinite period, in esnom
i' lstanc, for the change. By this
SmeAn the public ca.i be waliid upon
with less delay, since the attendants
,are not compelled to waste time in
making change.
S A the best evidence of the popu-
arltty of Mr. Vidal, his clever clerks
and his resort, t may be ai4d that the
Somnter Is "lined up" from opening
until closing time. The plkae is en-
joylig a mlagnifioent buitness, which
th ie proprietor deserves, and the pro-
pie appreciate his-enterprlee.
S Aftermath of Fire.
All of yesterday morning those who
bwet.esulfliently inquisitive visited the
9i'se of the early Wednesday nmorn-:
lg Orlm, the. residence belonging' :to J.
L..ttetrloh of Cedar Key and oeeu.
by:'J. T. Periival,.
She damage to the building was con.
itdetable, amoutlIng to Several hun-
I dolla. but this Wae covered by
p.i -iassmie. The greater part of the fur-
Inture in the *building wm. either de.
layed or badly damaged by fire and
1i1ter. This was asio covered by insur-
M0,r. Petlval desires The Sun to ex-
hihs -ialtoere thanks and appre-
tio for the itforts of hie friends
i el others tt savie 'hil property, high
ii "ed s spi'it of elier,!sity,


*n ' .On 's*'"

OporNa Spt"mbqr I9.1904

h Te 0T 0 ttt' TONIOt.
Ost alnwille Oorn t and P ieedSand Will
S6teirt0iln the Publie.
er Manager Ohsa. F. liornma of She
Oaineurllle* ornetsnd 1 eed Band de.
ie airse So ainoube that theiotpilisatlon
g will give saii oi en *t "oneerir)t lhe
)sM btnodend 5onolgith. bginnin9 at 8
k, o'olk.*
11 A goo prjdgrsm has been elel0otd
n for this oeeS.lon, and the public is in.
Wvied to poetaeout and enjoy the mnusi
g, and the e.vepninv
lip Under she direotlonland wtuorship of
hi Mr., Doriwan, the band has nmad4 won
derful strides, and is rendering some
o. fine nusiude.
^r The Death Penalty.
ng A littiq thing sometimes resule in
rp, death. Thus a mere ratebin, sigifil.
Oant 4oati or puny -toils have p814 the
y, dalth penalty. 1 It wis. to have
i Buoalkleno Arie 4 ialve ever handy.
,nt It the-best salv on earth and will
privens fatality, wien burns,' soles,
lie uloen and piles tPesaten. Only 2Mq
lt lalldrug stotr.
h, 01f to Archer,
ea The empliflhd deaxre team of Moant
he Vernon Lodge No. 2D, Knights df' Pyth.
to lWs, by invtiatOn, departed Wednesday
of night for Areher, where they eon-
be. erred it6 rank of Kulght upon eandl-
he dates of Areher Lodge. There were
0l. about flfteen n Sthe party, and It is
needless to aid that they presented
ng some impressive work.
v. Cures Salalic.
as. T. iV. l.. Iiley. IK. 1 ID., 1. C ,
of New York, writes; "Aher ffteen daye
fir of exeruelating pain from sciatio
asl riheumatimrn under various treatments,
fx. I was induced to try Hiallard's Snow
Ar. Liniment; the iBrt application giving
as my first relief and the second entire
it. relief. I ean give ft unqualified ree.
he ornmmndation.." 9ae. 6e, 01,00. Bold
Sby, W. M,. Johnson


Before moving I
have decided to give
everybody a chance
to buy roods at Red
Letter &ut Sale,

Thmdnay, Autust 25,

to S -pt br 1.

My $1 Shirts at ...... 69o
Hy 50c and 60c Shirts at. 41c
My 25c Undershirts at :.. 19c
My 50c Undershirts at.... 41c
.M_ 8rawetra-at .... .~ 41
Miy 250 SOx et. 19c
My 50 and O 60c Sox at. 9c
My25c Ledios' Hose At.. 19O
MyS0c and 6Oc Ladiles
HoI at... ......,,... 890
My 25c Straw Hat at... le
My00 .' *5 0 310
,My $1 $25 Straw Hats 78c
My $1,50 a2 $ 1.00
ieytiklag Will be marked hi ptlai
arumit everyiTlf their own salesman.


.. S LE, .

bought the
stock of The
Thomas Hard-
ware and 8ed '
Company, we
will for the
next Thirty ...
Days sIell
Any Goods in the Stori at Cost
The la bes1 t ie .nEft' *xw Is th
.imetone .-..ti..-F..lesF-'Itseirttev-. r
SPaints, er auilkthagl a ar
.It., C As.*.


Seonre 1

DelverAwi 10


"Ui 15

- im the,*BuM 'e -h&
Iolr 91 aB r etrravi.
r 'of ti ei*i Wasm ltr4 fqw
a tes. T Teiilx.l, as W wert. hT.b
11a ad ose window wre br aokes. 1
tease eaxcHpnee p*lvdIN but every
prweanto mlo t i e tamn to present

. n. C paem i Ie eWill Wil-.,
b)Ujian 4itt e,.lymvelitlti t et here tIhig'
mont. caddate for. vis pradealt a
tb. Pltllhmlin natial tirit. la prea.
esl. A sale tilehlt will be omlnatqd
tomorrow. anal C Iitra o" Ualall will
be *aatd' W. I, Jaklion, of We.a
and "'yclfnP" Davia are proelnailety
minthoneda a randhdatas for governor,
Well KOwMn *rltlt pMsd.
S Net York. Aulibt :.-Mirs. O* "
linte tOsil Kl'. well kown writer, 'I
ded at the home of her adlgh4ar o
Rilrlrald drive. She we 70 ets

Thbe ginant w't0reI 'r tile retiec reolilm
*Wi f(i4 (li olffal ui,,l It M.sobt iwoiltlwe
7 ipbrrtde4 .to be iuMble to rIl off 'te
kr In tlatb. Then ,It rtire akilI tl .le
.If eRihUlt,. spreadlUlg Its winup out as
IalSe. toree .boing ,optid,, bow.
ver, the petrel will addewly Stop and
deolge a qamtlty of miIadlagstle
food and ith no of i on maa*it. it
overtaken a 'cond tln It will mee.
the lprforman. a wlm oee It baS
iot rid i Iti dinner t(le aw*.
Vloisnt Attack of ilarv hea Cutred
Sby Olanmberilin's ell, Oh lO rn
and O rlunea i *eld and
` Peili a U.i Savd.
"A short he aglie 1we tkein lih014
a violent sattak of ditkoeia sldt be-
leve -I womiM hiae dild l' I bad not
SOtoia relief." -aw Jitn*. Pitop a
ra glnc oelte of Pti. Al. A
friend reiso ei4bd vinrli l's
Coli, Cholers and ilr se Reiey.
I bouht a twetf-41lf"wo0t botif|e al
after talntthun doei o5f iwa -O
,Irely .lured. oonilder it the beet
remedy iu the world for bowel owm
plaitts. For sali by ll druglits.
Notice of Teahers' xaminttlon.
An examination of appleaints for
teaehera' oertUfles wll be held in
thit city beglnninag on TuAIday, $Spo
tetnbrf gth, 01)4, at 8 o'eiook a, am.
Applioasot will b req. ured to supply
themselves with legal eap paper, pea
and ink. An erainasitin fee of one
dollar will tbe charged, a hw tofore.
Examination of whites will be held in
the *odemle bill of East Florida iS(m.
Inys4 and that of colored applioauts
la Unon Acado .
O M. HotWAT,
County 8upt. Pub. liwtruiltob.
Gainesvll. Fla., Aug. 16, 190t.


he Monteuma H

Oih e. C. V.. . P.A. ..
None Better in (^thtot *2 ay
,*.;.**,;. .^ hooMet all Tra1n .,::-*:',* g

i T. i 'IAFM EI, m.[ lnAopar
Orore aM C'pre.tlu " 1' "L; "I "i : S
Abet of Title and fall t
BA 5N? t.'VL*., toA is thoroughly qeavesent with 5iti.

ORRxADA, 6A001s faal lits
rsb sux rer **, FIRE, AOIDISNT, IU tILARYt AIDND513 R YM U e
A MUe* o ^ e1 Cnting a numbl of proain1 6 Aasried lst .
a UIa. e t ote, ', Oe a e i. 1 a *N '.J C' O' S ..... .
s'.' '

* '

* ~ 4 ~ I

S* Tot rdoit iS ai k

T, wewiool, 60t;IWOof M,

1000 Yardl. 8umwtaler p0
; ,Op ,, s ,* leo, lini s

l prices', 80e.NIw and8a

N.INE. OV'UL, _i_ _

Rates .2.50 per day aunp. a

private bath fm
member 1,t 8

285 W. .Bay 8t.,_o.. ... ... ; .
n. & ^^yter
M :M .6
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Revqlt the pews a d Fats governing
Jotu186 underlying Caues of Market
Revlews, analyzes and criticises Railroad
and Industrial retoports.
Has complete tables of Earnings of
Quots active and inactive Stocks and
Bondas ,. *
..Records the last sale of Bonds and the
yield on Investments at the price
; AnswerS, without charge, inquiries con.-
cerning InveBtnenta ...
Oa wih *stlly MlaItsH THE WALL TRIIT
JOURXAL bettor qudai te io Invest NOeW
aemy, prvwtabljad to advie abet hovet- .
a" MnR.t oe whdM esM t.
44 BreAld StrM, w Yeek. .
$LI *INir, $1 a Mhth.

Air Line Railway
... FOR .... 'i
Savannah, Columbia. Camden, SouthernI
Pines, Raleigh, Fichmond, Wash- |
ington, Baltimore, Phila-
delphia, New York.
Two Elegant Trains Daily.
Seaboara Express.
Seaboard Mail.


ily Th, ouli Pullmin Sipers. from Jloksonyille to New Orliea
'full lAfeitionr as n l p ir reeratlons call c *n r agent eboV
willt A 0MA'CN I &1 0 YLaTO? J
Asse. GBaea rlPA nAat, PPan(ArA A
........... :, ". __.___."JA ,+ ll *OfhVll t II fII"A' I .nil A e n "

i ..' ~f ^ '" '1 '1 ... i:11+ ++ 1 l*'l. i +i, + i i+ 1 +'m. .. ...1* '+'-'1,' ..1'^ "1 ';
*+ ++ '1 1 f*l + I+l~ l.l. + +' + 1 '' Ii m I,' 1 *- .. .... -. -.-. "*1' ....1 -*''. 'i'
uinr *se INSURANCE


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^^.^ Zit vits #* e
W'l,' N' 1".t,', ', '"ii ,1*i $ w ill
atos'-O a mil t 0st.

T Qn of the Ltotp an al L*tumbern
WHI w tebcee eIverything Poerie*Iy

2 l*s cuta o t he .n Ilul i salte at
?ralhl Qeoc today, whpq Pery SI,
Oales" ' to Inte of the S tepft.a
SLamber Company. 4, et ine W li-
-+se of aIl (I, p nopery of M.4 oar,
p sa, dompriLldsn, a It*ise iew mill
'pipe of lbos s lya thois l a4 feot an
p lty per day. reinler inO plant, aill.

t, sItk of ormSIaiIry goodI, thirte'ns
S3a9, lainrr et iio. (d., The aole will
te auMds atlhe mill to wh lilgheait and
best bidder, lnad itc il uatrood (hi't
several perlse will bid on the propoaty.
S The pteasn of tht i epanolt Lumber
Oompauy ti one f the naewm t *aid
hmost apledat I n thi state of the
*aire apeelt0. The mtehln fryle ti
new and modern, having bea Inp*
stalled li-i than two yearn ag, and Jis
in excellent working ord r. The mill
l lsituated directly on the shore of'
mewntanf ll4ke, the forestsof ewhieh
stoIund i lrish timber, cid whiok ae
vule ri*eiy of asMe h. The timber is
mstl to the mill by assa rtsIee, wnal
rhoep plald In the Imnadmes bias is
eso to manape Aside from the s
lake formtes, she omplny owns ext n-
T le timber Ieaie for mvoryl milel
snrsoundig the plant, and only a few
aniite agio closed f lease for olrIl
htiousaod arene of limber on the Olkla.
fwoh river, eaot of Olmtn. At the time
of theWIr ilafortune, the company *we
projeoting a traua eed through the
eorMel, a great deal of she grading
htvin'g s ledy beitu completed.
The mill is a fne property, u*d the
porh-eses annot afford to permit tbe
plInt to remain Idl. It i, pafe to a*S
sot that witbn the inext few dlen th
stem will again be turned l o, and the'
former siens of thrlftineue about the
plaeo will Indioale the reuret of gode
time. and plentiful money., a large t
i number of employ e will be plaeed toI
l "Old Black" is .ead
"Old Black," the famous It. Bernardt
caline whiah belonged to Ticket Agena
.oodwin of the Atlantle Coust Line,
and who was a familiar fingre on the
treess for several seans, has pased in
hise heeki, and now reats beneath the
swlit potato vines in a Mieanopl
Blak we a great favorite with sth
children, and many older folks, but he
was poseed of an enormous appe.-
tise. and it kept his master in dietres
flg flnaneial strait to keep thi aippe-
tite eatiiled. Consequently he gave
him away with great reluaetnee to
Mioanopy parties who expressed a
wIllngness to keep him well fed and
aroomed-but Black finally died of
grief opon leaving his former home.
The BSet Health Oulture,
No poor man 'can alord to botihe
with any of the experimeuntal health
f(ad. He is too bsy making s living
for himself and family, and when he Ii
afflicted with a bad eough or 0old, or
develops eatarrh as the direst reinlt of
dold, he simply takes a few dosea of
Dr. Boeehee'. German Syrup. And If
something mor serious, ay consump*
tleOn, paotrates him or any member of
his family, German Syrup an aga in
be relied od to efect a oure. Trial
bottle. Ze. Big bottle. 7,0. At W. M,.
Bound Trip fatea to Washington, D.O.
Atlanti Coasat Line, the quiekeo
route by two hour* sand eleven mini.
eie from Jacksonville to Washington,
fleos skeealon rate, Jaeksonville to
Washlington and retisn, I87. Tiekets
now on anle. F.orlds and West In.
dain Limited. taett and fnst all.
year train between the Baei and Blouth,
ipvee Jaoksonvllle at a a. i.,. arriving
Sin Wasbhlngton 't7:M a. inm. following
maoraing. No 40. Atlanti Coast Line
.zprelb. leave Jekiepnvelle 'r)6 p.
n., arriving In WaIhington i1 pM) n
m followingg evening. An exzelleed
oppottdnhty to vtili the nation's :eap{.
tal at nomina coast. TLekete good tl
return to .)tober 81l. Avail youtl
self of the qtaikeet ind be liln*e.
.,Both ilai earry Pullman drawing'

* rooe Jaceliaovllle to Wash.I-
iogtw,. Florida and W~atIpdlan
.* t- crre. Pullman fa d'W g1
0004 44.6140 A so
WOO"tBI^Mft^' Is l^is

oatsiua4u.,a VWie4$l.

X teonsed I'Jltb.)rns.

Maaiies(amves q% eai Peaefre io
Ire Wae4RVihiWer sa4 Ar1

G~eis.~Jlsap or.a ea 401k a
s" s a aed SblIgr m.
phOft Supphe

; l iw a ela roph oTen Tefee.
will respie prnmyt attias s jha

Prominent Rallrod Man HaM P*ed4
Away-IlI for Many Montho
SI)rinitWIk. O, .. Augu1st .4..-,Chonael
'/C, :aiWen, .ell known as 4 rail,
road btlnir, li jatet york be4in
the reaction of the runmswlck nd Bpr.
Iilniiialii, whicli wI only a tfw d4ys
.iK, siold to the Atlantle and Bl.ring.
barn, dlld at hi (country hop,. Av p
UI miles from thai o t Or day
Colonel M achen ha. been 111 foar Me.
-Lt, ^hisv-'% m q .te.-t c uo e on
tlrJ since retirlin living at hil tiretty country home. jHe
has been I 111 health for somes ti*e,
hiut not unftil a ew months ago Was
ho considered .to hbe very ill. .The
bodNy will h,* ah(pped to New York and
will bhe nterr4e at Voodlawn ceaem
tcry, that city.
To Coeneerto lishap.
Wilminxton, N. 'C. AUtguit L.--tt
hbe ieeln oil.lehlly announced that Rev.
itolerlt iranor D.L), of Richmoanod
Va.. wtil be eon.eritled a& Blabop onx
aIljltator of the east Carolina diocese
ht Ht. .James church this oTty, on All
saintss Ida). NOy. I. The mteremlns
to have the induction of bri h range
Into the IplacIopal0 office performed by
the archbishop of Cantorbury In BsO
ton during the triennial oovnIttlon,
WO iveO 1P. &S, ait. w Dr. Itruet'
deaira to have theLeremosy take p9lae

End of Bitter Pight.

'"Two physlelans had a Ioog and
stubborn fight with an abtess on my
right lung." writes J. F. Hughes. of
DAPont, aU., "and gave me up,
Everybody thought my time had come.
As a list resort I tried Dr. Kingl' New
Discovery for consumption. The bene-
fit I received was striking and I was
on my feet In a few days. Now, I've
entirely regaled my health." IIt on-
quers all coughs, colds and throat and
lung troubles. Guaranteed by all
dro stores. Price 60o, and $1. Trial
bottles free.

Dr. Glenn Takes Charge.
Dablonueor. (Ga.. Anugat 24.-Dr. (I,
R. Olenti, tho new president of the
N. G. A. collew, hao arrived in Dah.
lonegsa with hi f(naillle and will at
once heidn prpiartiumn for work to bhisl
new Af,,1i f tlaho., fli will occupy
the "Nannie tnrtin" hoise ,on, 'Park
4dr..,. Thei dct.;r Is Itll '(f enthkuiL
ea'*m if m 1(uit'una fi-t -ard to a largc
S Confesuion Was Untrue.
Otirminghain. .ngl.kM d. Augstw 24,-
Pranx S8cihn1tr, tt' o n an who gave
hini set uip t tho li )nile here AUR.
1.1 charging himsl-tf with stealing pin'
per "from ia pwrron at Southanppton;
believed to bq F Knt Looantis," has
Informed Ie police that his alleged
oeptnfesioI wa untrue &ad was madi
simply to obtain shelter. as he Ia
broken down In body and n l1ad.


The Greitest Medicin Wolder of the Ap,
Its marh h b bee a triumphal one itc 4sr are a i'ek !ad peina-
neat, and all aleOg the route w et p it ha A been Introdued tha way aien.
vironed by devotees wh0o find ,o great delight than it a iagipg It
prale ' -1 ,

and we are willing to rest the vardlet with als eitisens at teabarsg
a invte. you t wrto any ow t*eA a to othe virtue of he spedIeli
sa oatanding and MiuteponIb Ity.
Rthemembr that Bitter Apple itte lveranda kidny ronsdyad
that It has' brought permanent cures in llhe mat stubbora eae
If your druggit dows's handle .AB write us

ITltER APPLE IT TERS CO., Hattiu burg, Ik..
14iOWWIK4OR..PP, "B l J m 40
thlI u bnil e~en u11l th 0 l bOwl III,

theatar ef, le t la

bi .' r'/ ,' ,^Bi '. .. BLi

'it titsll teil e i,'' io g r tl l l'
te iy. Ut iherre %hlsdtas it n a cap
ens'* (ur a n neti ~wis 'e tr #

,ti ein,,, The, are tU en oocs o
4 oi" 400 1' ,': i ', e ^t 'B

tt nlt It0, o l k d ad
erutl l p it iboA t ,110 p. aPr r

ied;) c festival s by er o for hospe api.
01q1ii. iu-, ital people ale 0
F' Sl'.hl, fur*. im' '. Ic'atI aof oiPS
h',i, Irp ter I oW l
blat" tlot,'lu* a.II 0 the det ARnd fo t t e
1iu' te tlw' l .w.' has to lhe looked Gt .t
for`, Ind Iihe l ste lelty Por Ilte Ite t ~no4a
of Crllty si (tlil k* vieflaont. Oepeee!
priAjlsti t 'lt Itore a liedo for tle
aiwr uiat no i alaa, le la s to. (stene t a tl
th. l.,i.I u., ,lk, a I Iok I .peelpi1e

A11 u ader.e o1,e I 3t 5
I!'lturnit It,. t, rdW Ue of Aleiat d m M .
ilti i rNte ehero of etlb wea.
'for ti l atm of, *10t. 'alek d Phioid
c' ont A b 'lii Hre Idng p0a(tuse of
Ph'i. lhi. ntdil, .t : k that he
Wfo mn iken, to.thr, Ineter t
witie, tl 1ded1 wiAth Il d p I
spots, tls petailer braibS lr
liy" te nlrthiann above I ll e e bn
lwiln disliked by tile e
1 1sily eil the Gat.I
B'RoophallU Wai'"dea liiv aaaee
at *he bAdlle .4 t1 seS
for once to the Ote ow*ftl uia r i
ter, lpn alhoped lma( the hst l *he
of ifeity. kHellt. nau a .is b .tl
formed ila' duty, taebled its liw''
down and 41:ed,.. .

itendes. the tile lpw fluid ard tes.
.helps the blood to 0now it aloid|e
llprompt ielef fglt s tti0nese4at io
geasio, iie n1ti n1et1e11 hn o eans A *1 a
drInk. lirbin set. quickly a deIt
W nd oaer .,l a felt or
Ian tMea llpt ibreing htl p"atIen t loto
aooI telIosnm In a lnstew idaly.s e.,
iS, Oru a "I waslak fotoer wor
ears with enlargenati0t of he liver
aTnd spleI. The de ore ind 'me sol '
ooat dit t giveb up all be of
beigeted, wn asa du ad si ad-tL'
out IeI ign e" P-11 4 l O .:"46,010,
fvied' mete se ilrbcno..I ha mI
m"e orndull (ead a e". w 0omd be
W, Johason.
a on,.e vooata, I
In halypt e wnl .a still foMrllow the

Sird ary their .b idepp bouth
town canoa deun no eapesisi titenpm
Iktil of hloramnaneldp. 'Thewoe -
make a sweat eonveoloee of theteliiI !3s41ipm
tie steed'. riding theq to market or to .Dei .
their shoppin a e well us on considers *-
hle Jour0,eys,.
e : bate (llw. a"+s i- ...... m 'm

iot In lt l e in fon o rI
is drin rl aup i4t se s to 1 the .L.lp
"I p$uel mister." mid the native **if
Syou, ad as a eu dia' in yo t ait i --,---a-.
there lake's ot ye' 4 bi Ittiln' purt.
dry too."-hicago
The Minpwiou,-wIt Ie just as eMas In a

to love "fI wat as tfo ove
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ftil o call on ui when in Jacke TW
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Pw ioel n Inlay Work and the IRewulatlioof
eo In Mloler Lsw.:hosage.
,. ask Osrtlner. Prosp'r
JaMkounille ." Florida
Beet impoveed and Domestio Liquors
and Wiae in' th e.t

Nationis, State and Congressione
*I Ticket 1904.
Pt*sAdnt.ial Eitor. .
0. F. BuSum,-Fmnklin county.
Geo. K. Robibson-Mtariop county.
0.e. H. Holme--Bare ounr count
0. A. W. Wvendell-Oiaddeo eouny,.
AM. Ot ehmak-Alaehua county.
For GOvernor-tlion. M. B. Macfar.
lane, Ilillsbor .
etretary or State-Johu F. Hone,
At.rney-Genrl-Frd C. Obber.b
Np, Lew,
Ooaptroller--J, Skipper Polk,
Tasurer.-. l. tsrAldford, Dade.
8uperlotedd.t Of Ppblie lnstruel,
lon-W R. O'NMal, Orangi.
Comnmluioier of Agrticoulture-J. 8.
Rowl7y, Putana.
al ro4 .OomiHioner H. J.
Rl002le1,4t. Joln. .-
Justice Suoremea ourt for term of
it*r* o--W a.Sh ppird. E .ambls.
Jotletvl Soupeme Court-0 8. Fnrt,
Hulisbbro. ____ o_
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B. P. Astall, Dural.
: ons ,, greasonat Ticket.
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*unby, *ilIsboro, -
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Eauis ion diskea inow on *ale dally
from Oalnverl)le to St. Louis ALd me.
4.10 ....... Return |limit ee. l1th
.wS .. Return Ihnlt 6) dats
S66.. Return limit 15 days
Correspon laR low n.te rram other.
p n iA., The L. & N. is :th tast line to
For rates, hteedules and. sleeping ear
remervatiuns apply to
J. FL. PLEING. Pla. Pasp, Agt.
0 W. ay ast.. Jekooaville. Fia.
0, L. TONE, u. P. A., Loulsille.

llinos Central
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St. Louis Exposition.
I. seAetls tllhk W. a A A, R. I. sad
N.,.(. st, L. ty. hrM Atlanta.
l., Atlanta WA *. mM., Ar. St. L ouLt .%7 in.
Lv. t* i w)l ,, Ar. it Lout ae ?.; .

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Cryxie S. os) morale Wal e4 Iaw r Fart4n
Attate o st. Ltm. Thloser lea"ria,x J..won
vile a t eo.ureA.. ftt.4 tslUs a. an.. ac Iis
s tsh eatie dftll 1 ytsn astol tau (,t k *'
Prot rite trout' t Yor ,ly, .Worl'xn t dr I ,l title
OW for buok .lowlp botel, anld ,.. n'.
bso1ae 1 qaolle tsiair tes., write t41

a i if raMssegfor A~mt,
r w BIrw Bilding, ATLASNTA,, UA.

SArd's Saloon and Cafe
Jackoouvill4e Flortida

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luidfotlol 'l'tlea clerk ,sfted a
pat dtWai' 1alo t he seat\ doie /
i r r(tiapit' dlnaefil of thi," luo
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ian's aatoit~ ,huaa t l Wa4i% alnst
,0lM tenough w tidrlyo way thd, ii-1
(44n wll ao114 1the ntie ofa r ll q puW
i4 .tE tl.. ir' auitai. .Wh1
of ia 'wra(sili4oi 'yttIten r luei;t
Si6 l'Mt It that yu ll hat i. mlre'"
BItIlS ei w mp lltl ilu> U lte1k,
ad it very siltple. Ju ist tki, aI
nle apnd l ile l Ol flIl this I wiewai
a st a willi 0 dosI .)tt .1i i t aIt ly
exgiact f you Ii.>siurvil for lialf sni
leUr with iwa ve suioai in o ."
14 :Well." salil tlie "isiwr, "t'lh I .* a
ow one on tae." Thtl lie prmo volol to
More (il out 4 1"4t fi tfe plak 'ipowdier.
't Ai bhe dil n u it llllln tlt111lll clIe jlu'
W6 blls al ll tI+.l r< I'lilliltcm(ll|y.
S'**It maken umf fel youni" tn se ybU
do' that." hei' a1il. l 'h". y ultjs to Itilma-
re sr iiaeillii th iit wiy watkll I wna a
k .id. I SUptleWd iOi&otlorn m Pot lHtaea im lhadd
driven all tllwm, ld i< uethiMudlf nrias.
b inwWent oil of the hn trkot."
"'ot .i .a11," al.l tln. <'l.r1, '"Th!Ie
ae lots o(f pliacesi wlwr they ailll take
Illaedslit e by tliu lt*filful/" '

Wfat Otihe i brm 4- eimM 0we
.W ie HIs sllelpestl Wepls.
S one thiig the tatitiul titatlaiu do6Be
is to lot IlIls wife cry. I tldul't linae
that lihe drive v her to cryung or that be
*a her woene wile hel+ itan ml lnsrln.
p thMlUieclly by with hig hIalaul It lia
Strotahens pockUts., tale ftt apart iutI
grilaaln arundoulcally. I mean that
whe anii emotional wollmalli 0110 a
good cry be realteM iati It wil relieve
S th tenaslon. lie does not get up alid
rag about andll kick footstools out of
the way auII say, "o(il, rfr heavme's
sake, top) erylaig qr you'll drive too0
to drink "
No; l(e goes anidl pits her hlloutlile
sothilngly initial sy.:
"There. little woaiant! I'nm wrtyl thl
cook hiNc left antd your anew gtown
Wookm up crookedly., but htewr up. 'Lit'AV
1 1O out iand hinvt* a Jolly little dillor,
and loimiortow I'll wrih tlhint tinller 11
letter that will ioaike iI hllr curl."
The. tihe tlooki lap tlrouth li er ttamini
and thinks how haiilndanie Anald bil emAt
Itroig n.d, glorlolls he In. tllld before
the dinner toI over slip. ha411 thought up
two wnays In which, to *'saotulslze Clid
Io pay for tlie extittavgance of Intlp
order to the 'ltts'r. for lte ronmipiim
parne Is not elastle, and she know It.
-Lilian Bell in llarper's ttazur.

nos R1&rnwm Ileparesltstv. Mew Is
Oih Wtal Imadlim TreeP l.iard.
The pteroietyl. whose fotill re-
mains have bien found in the chalk
at kCambrkIde, Englnnd. and elswihere.
with a very varleil spread of wings.
which lnn the largest apclmiens aisut
have *racbed twenty-flive feet, Is a-
msst Identlel with the dragon of
A bat.Iike creMtitur. with #n elevated
body mi lonag.aeck ending It an ab-
mstrdly na.ll head with a portentous
blak. It could ruu very swiftly, wirn
Bha ester. and A would swim, or It flew
by metnt of huge membranoUls wling,
which connected Its long fore quar'iti
with it. lind lesM,
The nearest lrepreatatlve now of
the ancient dragon is the tree IstahU
'of the 1.ast Indles. which resemble
Its foIel ancestors In frous, but Is In.
flintely smaller in el1a. The ptaro-
dactl Itaelf. however, evidently eox
istedl dowi to a comparatively recent
sologkial period. and It Ito not at Ill
Itapro~lmiloe tlaint th1 tcdhltlonal dragon
is described froln the last living spectl.
lbeti. as wet with by pritattive man. -
London Telaragnph.
at n wn do ae t ma f ree,
A l.m., .daA iug ittli duushter were

I;alking through Groovenor square
when they iamu to n ibortlon of the
rald strewp 1th ltruw., "What'i that
(or, nreat" Mid tlip clhid, to whtiht the
mother eill;. "iTin Inmdy 'whao lives In
that biOuse. iny ilear, lhis bad A little
Lt14by irl eut to other 'the child walik-
.d along tfoi a ftw yanlds and tUen.
turn.Ilng nlud inoddih nt the straw.,
aid, ,Awfully Well packed. tuar'--St.
amali'i Gna.tt4,
,. Sym '* the(elle Orherwi .
S Oh. Just ItAten to mie," ,irally e*-
,i" died $1 ra. 'iatters selt reproach..
tl ly. "annurtln" you wlth all thll talk
;pbohmt Mi.: Neidore'l alaneful treat-
iettt of me nail nil tny otlier troubleI
"Not at all,. my dear," replied the
ma i:ath br ninbliuouisly. "I'm glad to
Ible Ilt.-Pbtildelpbla Prets.
t "P1 'bhte youi know that I belong
to 06#044o" Oltthesl atNg1t0. .
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htr.hloe tie war, ond ha ass7 psla Sapre. The rsm will b
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Published Twice a Week--Monday and Thursday




Pal of the Fortress Now Seems
.-- .: Imm inent. .-


A t--y f the Mihado May Soon Have
possession of the Russian Gibraltar.
ape Preparing to Celebrate Fall of

TLmadon, August 238.-:25 p. I9.-
go Zreniag News this afternoon pub.
iged a dispatch from Ohe Fc o under

S Japmese Valor,
A semi-offldcat journal while paying
a tribute to the heroic defenders o6f
IPoit Arthur. does not withhold praise
for t he extraordinary valor of the JIap.
anese besiegers. It says:
-"Neither a ralnu of cannon shots.
Swallls of bayonets nor earth strewn
with putrifying corpses can arrest
their stubborn assaults."
There are a number of veiled in-
timations in both the newspaper dil
Vptches from Liao Yang and at head*
quarters here that General Kuropat.
kin is preparing a diversion against
General Kuroki, to prevent the di&e
patch of reinforcements to aid the at.
taek of Port Arthur. The Novoe
Vremya considers that the prinh-Ale
of the Chinese attitude very serious

tday's date announcing that the Jap- and contends that the Chinese are
Aee captured '"Cain ort. of the quite incapable of preserving neutral-
Art Arthar defense yesterday, AV Ity, adding*
r--Ateeme.w-d-H attac "How otherwise could Japanese war.
"- ships enter Chinese ports at will. The
-a Won, August 23.-Noo n--A-. idea that the United States is going
^idnlg to advicesi brought here from to preserve the neutrality of China
V -i Arthur by a junk the Japanese ts an Illusion. The American torpedo
Sibotly rpressing -the Rumilan cn. -boat destroyer- Chancey's pursuit of
Sano^ng the railroad and the Bas the Japanese torpedo boat turns out tc
ri t in.- the vicinity of Golden have been a mere coincidence."
These advice. are brought by
t _nese who departed from Ta Ping BELLIGERENT FLEET BARRED.
-V~e,. which is a iilo from the city
an W .o..a Hmll. between the city Coating Prvileges Will Not B. Al-
Sthe forats of the Rusansa right lowed Same.
abga The Chinese declare that the London, Aug. 24.- It is understood by
IJ-ese ccupied T Ping$ Tse and the Times, according to a London dis-
penet.ted along the railroad to. Ge. patch to The New York Times, that
aI Stoesise residence on Aug. 21 Instructions have now been sent to the
Aa this rWt export would udttl governors of British colonies and de-
tb a~ Prt Arthmr had all but -fall. pendencies that they shZll sot allow
S the Japasese expert attached to eoaling privileges to the belligerent
ite local oilate received the Infer. fleet, affording the seat of war or po-
M "n 'with great reer e. -The i eltions on the line of route with the
-:ait Is accepted, however, object of Intercepting neutral -ships 1
a of e prerlo reports on suspiion of carrying contrabanlmd.
thaet-te Ratans have been drives Such a fleet is not to be permitted
ItuhuaS and that the Japanese to make use in any way of any Ton
vai" very close to thesouthern tfsts or roadstead or waters subject to the-
a-d the defenses, urisdiction of his majesty for the pur.
i hei local Jaaese under the lead. pose of coaling directly from the re
A ahip of the consul are mubscribing or from colliers accompanying the
S0WA S ad preparing celebrate the fleet, whether vesels of such fleet
eappcted fall of the fortress. present themselves at the same Um
SThe Chinese- who arrived today fa or successivwly.
Mthr reported that a Riuiean warship It Is alao ordered Jbat the same prae..
was bit by a shel recently and" sun tiee be pursued In refPrnce 0to *In.;
-i th r-Bor.t; .A rIeport waa cabled gie belligerent s of war pro,',*d.
A.iV .l days agl that the guaboat of nlog r f the purpwoe of belli|gritt ,p.
Se OtajaI hadt been su. This etIons as above duIned.
I po1bldy thle estel referred -to. Vessels putting In on aceunt of Ie. t
S- tual distress at sea will rteiv e such
-. War Off, Enfouraged. mccOr as usually is extended in stb ;
:S-._ P te .,- August 23.-1213 ceases na accordance with the recog.
- i .-1L-Deplte the ppula. feeling uiedl usages of international law.
t UArthur Is doomed, the succesIA proelamat!on on these lines at.
Wth which Lieutenant General Sit. ready ha* been issued by the gover-
mel -has been beating o6 -the Jap' nr of Malta.
8"&S" a1aualta and the heavy losses
ered by the beiegers Offer co i CANADA'S WHEAT YIELD.
gable encou-age.hen to the war of' ie tI Estimated-at Sixty-Five Million
-.There s a limit beyond which Bushels.
i0-e s cannot go. no matter how gael Montreal, August 24.-A Canadian
"nt." said an of-icer of the general Paifi official! estimates the 'wheat;
a.t this omoring.. -"A flfth of theK yield for western Canada at 65,000,000
MYar-before Port Arthur is a small et bushels.
-itate of the enemy'-s loss up to dat. Three and one-half million acres
^ 1 the storming operation .which it will be harvested this fall.
ttmeratood Is now progre g fails tO Reports received from 70 out of 95
---ve them a foothold In the ring of In1 elevators in Manitoba and the north.
Wr doses, the Japanese will b west territories indicate a damage
11e by shee exhaustion to StoI f rom rust of 10 per cent in Manitoba
meuaperate, wle awaUiting addlad practically none at all In the
Sreinfeoreements, and I person. northwest territory. In the several
Together with 'some of my ~ol9 sations heard from. 39 reported no
will abandon the idea of a damage at all; 1 report only slight
l ta asst and settle down t amage and 15 reported damage frobm
U.1_ -X'vnlS I 1i:to i). per cent. .
t garrIson ii less brilliant, but The estimate of 65,000.000 bushels
I f i s. effect-ve away of .red is the same as that made by the Bank-I
iTeJapanese parpost ers' association a week ago.
n rahmg matters lt doubtless bee : : :
Release a ecti oft e oue x iv Committee Mer.
--d enable it cooperate with .adianapolls. Angst 24.-T-he
^al We eMahdo-o tm o -executive c--irttee of the Unit.
e .avl crit 0f the Vledomoti ed. Mie W eW r amet today to consid.

expraesses I fopnon at thron the stuatda ion Tennessee. No
th-ur woold eam tin as beea. anune This af
WBat o frl i ~ nt OL- tl t. ooa Prelitdent Donelly, of the

w__b to stteisnpt te at se--k.
T-h-e wou^- rf -:l: d b ltos Qn -cy. Mass.. Aug-st 4.-BpookEr

.....would do better to dimsantle dea. of the T. kege" ute, Ala-

and sent hi men ashor- o ham was med s Ina the local po-
Sminforce General soe. Ilie court today for riding his motor
Se xte-t._of 7 heavy a .d bleycle above.. t lega. speed -o 10
gasM and 6 men. The, maa shoar. The Washington sum
comes, Lehiap could bef mor hea-se ii at Seoth Wteyoath, *
la rawMJ bsdethisa.



Riddled by Bullets and Hi.
Body Cremated.


Georgia Mob at Cedartown Takes Sum-
mary Vengeance Upon the Assailant
of a Little Girl Near that Place.,
Cremated at the Stake.


bad not heard of the assmlt, W, of
course, did not attempt to -semi sth
Polk superior court wealld Ve
5bled .thia norniag in an be I
but the news of the outrage o
t. lAnn-^'S'RBman-5^*.as^K ga^^Mb^H^^ltr BJB^

andu w~itns4e joined in the chas
without thinking of court or anything
else. The people have never been
so stirred by an incident in the hitory
nof the county.


Unlon Pickets Have Established Sy.-
tern of Esp inage.
Chicago, August 24.-Packers began
active work today to put into effect
a scheme to house their nonunion em.
ployes In the Old Hammond plant at
Hammond, Ind., in event of failure to
secure an injunction against te city.
In any evbnt the Hammond compa-
ny, which is short of room here, to
use for living quarters, will probably
put the plan into operation. The
packers assert any interference with
trains carrying employes to and from
Hammond would constitute a violation
of the interstate commerce law, and
Would neceIssitate federal action.
Unlon pickets are established blocks
away from the principal entrances and
-have li-ts of those who come and go
to the yards 'daily. Men are being
stopped blocks away and warned
against continuing work. The offiee
of Secretary Tracy. of the Allied
Trades conference board, was thronged
today with- persons who. working at
the stockyards, demand permits to
avert interference from pickets. The
applicants included union printers em-
ployed by Armour & Co., employes of
the two newspapers published in the
yards and a dozen watchmen. All
were refused permits.
Jackson Thompson, a member of the
track team of'the University of Chica.
go, who has been working for Morris
& Co., in the shipping department
during his vacation, has been assault-
ed and robbed while returning home
from work. The family with whom
Thompson lodged were w.r-ed that
he was a strike breaker and that itf
he was given further accommodations,
the hou-.e would be wrecked. When
he appeared he was told he -wouldi hve
to leave He took his sit ease and
started. A short distance from the
hoUmae* e # ourBntered it% Hen,. who
Iknoied him dowu atnd rtled dit of
a- matt amotut uf mtweny 1* was
then bteitn and allowed to .t, II*) t .
lated -. i ir-ene to lkb polle and
fthroeo jiu et^ wrr' arroNtcd. Two
of the prmoneor have be"a tIdnttifld
-by the student as hie assjitlantt.


.eneationat Cotton Market at NeW Or.
le ne, La.
New Orles,. August 24.-It was a
sensational cotton market iday.
T re ring Xw in a w4d up"oar over
-afinetingbuallish and bearish test-
ure and the scenes on the floor re-
esembled those darting the height .o
last winter's ball campaign. Prices
Bilged and broke with alarming rapid.
* y..
At the openiag the tone was called
very slightly with price from 2 to
4 poi-nts higher ta last -lght's
closing. Lverpool and New York
both -&me in at an advance that sent
shorts into a panic of covarM
Sprominest broker bought 30,000

Sthe opening. It was generally sap.
poMed that this baying fs for Price]
o. New York. L4verpooIthooded the
market with extremely bulHish private
cables, and this ded. to the scare

Cedartown, Ga., August 24.-The
orgy of lynching was enacted here
last night with all its revolting feat,
Jim Gloves, the negro who outraged
little Levia Reeves paid every penalty
for his crime known to revenge or
He was tied to a tree and shot al-
most to pieces and his riddled body.
dragged a mile from town to the cene
ter of the city and burned to ashes
on the most conspicuous spot of Main
street. in the very heart of the city.
Fully 2.500 people witnessed his
death a- best they could in the bright
moonlight and a mob of crazed par-
ticipants whooped and sang 'as the
body fried* and crisped.
The negro's victim was Levia, the
13-year-old daughter of Abner Reeves,
a prominent tarmer, who lives about
1i miles from Cedartown
The crime was committed as the lit*-
tle girl was carrying a cow to a pas,
lure about a quarter of a mile from-
her home.
The assault was a most fiendish oue,
and the wonder in that the little girl
ecaptd from the leutc.BeitW- the egr
with her life. About thirty minutes
before the crime the neo passed the
house of Mr. Reeves. who ,had -gone
early to a mill, and, the dog in his
yard mad atfthe pashtig negro and
the little girl had reatrainet the anl.
mat. A few minutes later the- girl
left with the -nCw for the pa&tur*,r
and wax.ovt'riaken by the nogro at the
Int. She mArted home. At dt te .negr
followed her. botl hastuiing their
steps. The nogrio asked her If br-
mother had any eggs 4nd butter
for sale.- and tried to tmgage the girl
In converstilo .
Pailing in this, he finally jumped at
her. siAzing her by the throat- and
dragging her across the corner of a.
outton feld and into a dense cora
patch. Hr? choked the helplea* vic-
Um Into insensibility, after throwlag
her to the ground and accomplIlhed
his awful deed. The negro left In a
hurry, and after regaining conwclou s
ness. the girl beganto cry and scream,
and this attracted the attention of her
mother, who ran to her little daughter.,
The scene that met her horrined
gaze was heartrending. T-he girl
was almost unable to move, and hetr
hAt lay several ya4s from the spot
where she lay. TheO ground showed
evidences of a struggle and the weedS
and corn were m shed down. Thi
clothing of the child was bloody and
torn. Her neck waf red and scratch-
ed, as was .her face, and In lees than
ten minutes. her throat was swollen
t- an enormous size. She wa ca*
rid to the house, and Dr. J. A- i*'
dell and W. A. Chapman. two of tC&
dartown's most protmainent phystan*S-
w re sent for.

of Van Delvander Br. w I whre the

tn | few minutes.

gles and bicycles, 'and went to th-
home of the crime, d within U
minutes over 20e p-oIl. ww oi th
pnund offering their amistesca ed
joking in the chase. h- df a,4

to the Alabama t line M-
moutis wcoms the floe Tk --


Mr. +aybrick, eeaed FRo
Prison.. Returns to America.


Was Booked by Re. rBtar uaw
Vaderand From- Antw.A p Aem
Ingranr to Avoid-- Am"ylag .. h--
vation of Fi*tow Pameagbrs
New York. August -24.-Qn a
the Rld Star liner Vaderland, whit.
arrived todayy from ,Anterp, was M.
Florence Chanlers Maybrtck, recently
released from prison in magland.
Mrs. Maybriek was eateg e oC t.he -
-passenger book .as Rse lA grham.A -- .
name which she took from her is -.t.
grand parents. This preeauti w _as
not designed to evad official l ArY

? -. .- ?.
but merely to avoid annoyig j -:--
vaiot onm the- part of fellow S.
gore, While she ma4de no searetl
hr presence on board mnd *ppre -d -
frequenatly atbot- the dlAcks sad .eapm.t
very few were swAi, of h- Ideltity.

a:mu v u .twl laydb. Is I
her attorney"
., May brie T Ik refused to be N t'
Viewed, but jat6 4tt the tAflewIM

"I tegret that the stat of my health
as wtt asI business --_ As paI .-t
my talking to My fr tem of the AAmeI
lean press at this tk*e as I sIitit
like. To them and Ato my lli-ow:a -e
trymen and wom- n l-is epl-y I -_-
ed for their efort -.a mi_ beha A I
I take this method of eXpire. is .y
everlasting gratitude as well so worMs
can and also to thank them for thef -
ongratuliatton on my 'releme-, whih
I regret I -have not been-able per.
soeally, to acknowledge.
-"AsAmy moter.was-not ahl ha -'
oespauay me. I came over nd^e' tkfe
protection of- Mr. lardea. my
sey. and his wife.- -_
"I am assured by my agIlsh phag|
ctan and by Dr. W.inwe of-4ehlb
ton. D. C,. wwho presimibed air
a-g the voyage, t at .i gaI-
rest will in time. re tair my tM
'It it on .the advis i MAt1
and my physician that I have tavel

tags of deep joy sandthilfll
with -whichm r Jto-mtoay 1w 1. -
At the ea.rlie-st
it my birthplace. Mob:il. Ala., and
also Norfolk, Va. my home dunaag myW
Sarried .life. Iwn-w -b e ie a i- i
ways are. that God h wil, itoHis owa

aesigned- -6o. :e pis aln, Wa_.-
of a t Ste hed." N : -. -- -.:
- b -gm o uty, A -. --vim J.

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among t-he shorts. Late i the mornM
ag, the bel et gre that the regular
weekly crop reports would be bullish
d tbhi cuaned more short covering
Sad long buying natil prices were 42
"ad 43 points or over $2 a bale high-
er than lest aight The report" were
t-e blgst Arp of the morning. la
t lbeu sthey
tsh and prices immedastuly broke
frff 19 o 21 point. but at no0s a
mmbet weaS t abont a quarter o
ibiZi ige enlast nIght

x Falls, Aug*,C 24.-A torsa-
s has voishe Bryant, S& C., a", ViI
a M* y buildings w r wck-

-iterji-- a^biber i g ured aand w

Jaw"tejri^ fL CtofI WIS-h

mw wd wwk

..----T o ._ _ .; :

_W o W S a- l;ise -
Miles-WI Open Fne
ch in Turpentlne. Lan' -

Sthe Atlantic CoastLine pro.
i extend he e ntly acquired
|N ewbery to Ft. Fainnona
river, there is no far,

Sarriving in this eity yester-
Sbeen with the surveying hand

Orr days running ntes and

bt the grading of the exten-
egin a soon as this survey
tWitted and properly approved.
Iet tbatgrading will be.
the ext two weeks, as the
CO LOAeis anxious to Afinish
oIkd mrade the new territory.
from Newberry to Fort
aout twet miles. Thex-
wilopenup one of the finest
fekile countries in all Flor-
utry traversed i heavily
Swith tall, gigantic pines,
are nestledomne of the
khompbhate deposits in the
ia. Th extension of the

I e -t and phosphate
,theaistablishing osaw mills,
lasp gt of fars, and she
tat mitsa of that section.
rWi mean tmr the Aslantie Coast
a dir"O s .MeweMtioS with deep
Or at Jacks eaville and an outlet
all prodets aloig the 8uwa nnee
whehis alive wit*rpntineand
ViII eamjm, and which will be
eloped then than ever. The
men and lumber mann-
have been compelled here-
theirproduets a longdis-
t4l Branford, where
transferredjto the rail-
transferred as BrIns-
if they were to be
steamer. The exten-
ville and South-
that they cani load
at Fort Fannin and
o the steamer's side
a great deal in die-
but one transfer.
of the West End are
l prospects of the ei.
tere is little doubt but
flle and Southwest-
a fner business than

I Moi Distinguished
.seat St Augustine.
Soe the gpreatice of the
Eeatw which will partiei-
ttst at Fort Riley, The,
lesordof the lth inst.,

00 yards slow fire, Seavey
Battery made 2, with
i LJvingston tieing for see-
At w20 yar4 rapid fire,
riw made tha remarkably
-t 48ilout of a possible 50.
leavey were second with 45
thme ia *irhich the shooting
Salso remarkable. Forty
Sar allowedin which to
; Sergt. Morri finished in

bdiing also came in for
hetbnors of the day. In the
io ire he made A5 oat of
1- He failed at frst to get
6. and the first three shots
enS res pectively. From
i1 he cracked out 'bulls-

adent Pound of East Flor-
y annonces that Miss
Bra of North Carolnao has
&MB ea adr aco eralo the
< at weshioSon, amndbas
eKts for Usa-.ta-n
Ow o the ta"e -at .

Sttnh"er d type
nes smem gepher to li e e

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*" Dva Ms.- PsIs AM :-There are
but few wives and mothers who have
not at times endured agonies and such
-i as only women know. I wish
such women knew th vale of Ldia
E. Pihaknmn's Vegetable Com-.
rUL It is a remarkable medicine,
.i eent in action from any I ever
knew-and thoroughly reliable.
6"1 have seen many cases where
women doctored for years without per-
manent benefit, whowere cured in less
than three months after taking your
Vegetablecumpound, while others who
were chronic and incurable came out
cured, happy, and in perfect health
after a thorough treatment with this
medicine. I have never used it myself
without gaining great benefit. A few
doses restores my strength and appe-
tite, and toes up the entire system.
Your med ine has been tried and
found true, hence I fully endorse it."
Masm R. A. AxFnRESoX, 25 Washing-
ton St., Jacksonville. -a. -,sooo frt
frfide fe.itter prong uing nie.ea" can-
No other medicine for women has
received anch wespread and unquali-
fied endorsement. No other medicine
has such a record of cures of female
troubles. Befue to buy anysubstitute.

A Quartette of Sportsmen Will Ex-
plore Mysteries of Snake Key.
A jolly quartette comprising Albert
O'Neill, J. W. MeCollum and J. Alston
MeKinstry of this city, and James
Everett of Tampa, hare gone to Cedar
Key with all the "necessaries" for a
week's outing. They have selected
Snake Key, one of the famous Gulf
resorts, as their destination Snake
Key is reached by boat from Cedar
Key, and it is said that it is one of the
weirdest spots on earth, where deer,
bear, *ild hogs and turkey abound in
abundance, and where fish are so
thick that it is necessary to "stir a
hole" among them in order to. Ret
sufficient room for the angler to drop
his hook. This being the case, TLe
Sun may have some startling stories to
relate upon the return of these sports-
men and anglers from Snake Key.
Worthington is Fine.
Captain and Mrs. J. N. Strobhar
have returned from a delightful outing
at Worthington Springs. They are
higher in praise of this wonderful re-
sort and its clever hotel people at
every trip, and the Captain declares
there is no place in the South which
can equal is. Worthington is on the
verge of a "boom" commercially. The
streets have just been equipped with
street lamps which are a great im-
The Misses Strobhar remained at
Worthington. They are enjoying
themselves to the fullest extent, and
will not possibly return to Gainesville
for severaldays.
Read This.
Lexington, Tenn., June 6, 1901.
This is to certify that about March
last I suffered intensely with my back
and kidneys. Just prior to this I had
undergone treatment for bladder trou-
bles and was relieved, except the
treatment was followed by the above
trouble. It was recommended that I try
"Texas Wonder." Hall's Great Diseov.

ery. I took one dose on retiring at
night, rn to my agreeable astonish-
moent, I found myself relieved.
One dose did the work. There is no
bosh about this. It is wonderful.
Repee"tfully, C-. R.-SCOTT'"
Proprietor Scott House, formerly
County Chief Clerk, Postmaster, etc.
A Texas Wonder.
One small bottle of the Texas Won-
der, Hall's Great Discovery, cures all
kMney ad bladder troubles, removes
ims.weak and lame backs, rheum$a-
sa n ail iueqlaritea of tMhe kid
aes sad bladder ia both men and
wmaesneaa bladder troubles in
S d your d
willbea.nt m oa eseipt
VUOne wal- is two months' treat-
matal d' fal .l to perfect a
-MB. ar. Brmt w. Hall, sole makU -
her, P.A.-besAM9 St. Louis, Mo.
4 -1 ^* / -^..^ *'.r:'

An Enjoyable Launch Party-Visft of
Raiead OSflfciala.
--Ielrose, Adu. 22.-Pal Lee and
brother. Stetson, have gune for a fort.
night's trip 1t Orange Springs.
-Robt. Storrs of Atlanta paid Mel-
rose a flying visit last week.
0. M. Grady, general superintend-
ent, and J. M. Custer, general freight
agent of the Georgia Southern and
Florida railroad, were in town Thurs-
day to eoufer with Metsrs. Yearwood
and MreDonald about railroad matters.
As a result the people here feel that
there is hope of a railroad connection
Charley and Harry Huffman are the
proud owners of two fine "billy"
goats, which they will have to break to
Capt. Weeks gave another delight-
ful pienie to the pumpkin patch on
Wednesday to a few of his friends. He
reported very quietly that he had a
vedfling party on board of the
gay little steamer, and it seems that
among the many pleasant inci-
dents of the day a marriage ceremony
was performed after dinner, the bride
and groom being Miss K. Mizelle d
Va. C. Yearwood, the bride having the
tabteeloth tastefully arranged as a
veil, Miss E. Corpew and R. Barnett
personating to perfection the parents
of the bride and Mr. H. Jackson,
garbed in a long raincoat acting as par.
son. The bridesmaids 'were Miss B.
McRae and Miss N. Matliu. The
whole affair was a great surprise and
caused much nmerriment. Several
snapshots were taken and copies of
them will be in great demand as a sou-
venir of a most enjoyable day.
The New Baker Home.

The Douglass residence in East
Gainesville, purchased a few weeks
ago by P. H. Baker, the naval stores
operator of Camprille, and which has
been undergoing extensive repairs and
architectural alterations, is about com-
pleted, Painter Walter Gore having
finished his contract Saturday.
This dwelling, which occupies one of
the most desirable locations in East
Gainesville-a section noted for its
fine residenees-has been transformed
into one of the handsomest and most
modern dwellings in the city. Large
columns have taken place of the old-
style veranda posts, other alterations
have been made, and when Mr. Baker
and his excellent family move in they
will have the consolation and the satis-
faction of knowing that they are oc-
eupying an up-tM-date residence.
How's This?
We offer One Hundred Dollars Re-
ward for any ease of Catarrh that can-
not be cured by Hal'P Catarrh Cure.
F J. JCHENEY & Co., Toledo, 0.
We, the undersigned, have known
F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and
believe him perfectly honest in all busi-
ness transactions and financially able
to carry out any obligations made by
his firm.
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Care is taken inter-
nally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Testimonials sent free. Price 75 cents
per bottle. -Sold by all druggists.
Take Hall's Family Pills for consti-
Wil Visit California.
Colonel and Mrs. I. E. Webster ex-
pect to make their departure in ashort
time for San Franeisco, California,
where they will attend the twenty-
ninth triennial conclave,. Knights
Templar, which will convene in that
city September 5.
Colonel Webster is grand captain-
general for the State of Florida of the
Knights Templar, and he states that
Florida has been assigned to the eighth
division in the grand parade, which-
will take plate on September 5.
Colonel Webster has been honored
by the appointment as aide from Flor-
ida on the staff of the grand marshal
of that division, which is the only time
Florida has thus been recognized.
Colonel and Mrs. Webster anticipate
a delightful trip, and on their return
will likely stop at many places of In-

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Therere thee States in the Union
of whi the farmer should think no
ll-Florida, BSooth arolina, and Ten-
neee-for these are almost the ex-
elasive prtodcerst of phosphate rock in
thi country. They hold out hope to
the owner of the mast barren soil in
the United States, and the fame of
their fertilisers has gone even abroad.-
Those interested in the subject may
learn the late facts concerning "The
Production of Phosphate Rock in 1903"
from a report by E. 0. Hovey, bearing
this title, which has been recently pub-
lished by the United States Geological
Surrey a part of its annual rolume
:Minseral Resources of the United
.Stte,-l(8 ."
The total quantity of phosphate rock
marketed int the United States during
190 was 1,58157A6 long toes, valued at
$W,%Sg -. Of this quantity, Florida
contributed 80 886 long tons. worth
-$2,9,82; South Carolina 258540 long
tons, valued at t783,8(J; Tennessee
41WM0,W long tons, with a value of $1,.
548,M7. North Carolina and Arkansas
are the only other State that reported
production of phosphate rock during
1908. North Carolina reported 45 long
tons of high grade rock, valued at .500.
Arkansas reported a marketed produc-.
tion uf 2125 long tons, valued at $4,000
Florida is now the leadingsphosphate
producing State, its output form-.
lug more than half the total pro-
duction of the country. A comparison-
of its production by varieties during
190 sand 1902 shows that there has been
adecrease of nearly 4 per cent in the
output of hard rock, an increase of
more than 11 per cent in that of land
pebble, and thst more than ten times
as much rivertpebble was mined last
year asin the year before.
In SoutbhCarolina the diminution in
production which has been shown in
the reports ofthel last five years has
continued. The falling off has been
particularly noticeable in the amount

of river rock marketed.
Tennessee showed in 1908 the largest
marketed output sinee the beginning
of the industry ten"years ago.
Mr. Hovey's report is published for
gratuitous distribution, and may be
obtained on application to the Director
of the United States Geological Sur-
vey, Washington, D. C.


Whoever penned the following evi-
dently had expereinee onw the unfor-
tunate side of the subject on which he
writes, which enables him to picture so
well the contrast in the modes of greet-
ing by one's ;friends when prosperity
reigns or adversity overeomes the busi-
ness man:
It is surprising what a wonderful
effect the insolvency of a merchant has
upon his former creditors! Men who
before were only too glad to take him
by the arm and laugh and chat with
him by the hour, now shrug their
shoulders and pass him on the street
with a frigid "How d' do?" Every tri-
fling item of a bill is hunted up and
presented that under other eireum-
stances would not have seen the light
of day for months to come. If the bill-
is paid, well and good; but If she ob-
ligation is not immediately canceled,
the scowl of the sheriff, perhaps, meets
him at the nearest corner. A business
man who has never failed can know
but little of human nature, for in pros-
perity he sails along gently, his barque
wafted over placid seas by favoring
smiles:and kind words from everybody.
He prides himself on his name and
spotless character, and makes it his
boast that he has not an enemy in the
world; but when adversity, and misfor-
tune kock ats his door, he is forced to
look at the word in a less roseate light.
He reds suspicion on every brow, and
he hardly knows how to move, or
whether to do this thing or the other.
e beholds spes about him on every
hand. and knows that a multitude of
slits and attachments are ready for
his back. In order to realize what kind
of stuff the world is made of, a man
most encounter misfortune, and stop
paying his liabilities; and then, if he
ha real and true friends, they will
omae promptly forward and prove
their devotisa. A business failure is a
kind of moral sieve, which brings out
the wheat and winnows the ehaff; and
paying through a fIuancial ordeal
leches a Man that fair words and
affected good-will ae not the consti-
teent compoents of a true and re-
liable friendship.

When the captain of the tattleship
at Newport invited Secretary Morton
totake a iruise with aim Paul nthes-
iaatily exclaimed that he would like
to go if he could ride on the cow.-
tatehe .

JUDGE PARKER. I n iatigos earr ed on dring the Prof. Je .Pod, ni
S--- t ea by Mr. W. MeCallie, As- ent of East Florida Seaimary,
-It must be extremely gratifying to istant State Geologist of Georgia, undoubtedly the right I anin th
Judge Parker that mo of the leading !actB in eoopertion with the United right place. The =mere e s*e a
membersof the New York -may tates Geological Survey have re- him the better you like him ia"M
of them Republicans-haveannounceed resad the presence of interesting and has a large circle of friends throughh.:
their intention to vote forhim. OAt ali perhap valuable properties in some of out the State-prominent men pa._
the people in New York State, outside the artesian waters in the Coastal litically and *cally-who were eol
of his immediate friends and neigh- Plain of that State. Water taken lege chums or pupils of his-and bhe
bors, there are none who should know 'from a deep well at Baxley showed on has met a number of thl.m personallyT
him better than the membersof his analysis 56 part per 1.00,000of phos- during the pas thr.e weeki. wali
profession-men who have associated phorie acid. which would indiesate that many others hare written him coi..
with him so long and who have had so it might be uoed for fertilizing as well gratulating the -?eminarv ipon seem
many opportunities to know his worth. as for irrigating barren felds. In oth- ing his services and vo'1,Nteering their
Judge Parker has shown thathe has or words, it may be acceptable to the services whenever- they could advanal
the highest conception of his duty to desert land as bcth food and drink. It the interests of thr Seminary.
the people. They elected him to the is estimated that a layer of this phoe-
second highest judicial office in the phorie acid bearing water 12 inches Gainesville offer better indue-
United States-that of Chief Judge of deep )ver one acre of land would ex- ment. to winter visitors the ,eming
the New York Gourt of Appeals. The ert a fertilizing effect equal to that of season than at any time in the thitory
office carried with it immense respon- 00 pounds of commercial fertilizer. of the town. The hotel accommod,-.
sibilities. That he has discharged i^ts " tions are better than for years, ikile
duties with ability, honesty and eour- ..Give me the money." says a recent4 the number of places at which aean -
age is attested by the voluntary acts of speculative philosopher, "that has been. modations can be obtained in private -
his fellow-eitizenp in and out of his spent in war and I will purchase every1 families has largely increased. The
profession. foot of land on the globe. I will school facilities are the best in the
While his name was being on- clothe every man, woman and child in State, and the water the purest staeet
sidered for presidential nomination anattire of which kings and queens in any city except Brooklyn, N. Y. A
a good deal was said by the oppo- would be proud. I will build school hearty welcome is extended to allN a4n
sition press concerning his silence hou~et on every hillside and in every anyone desiring iMformationa Il rfi w
on political matters. But he knew valley over the whole earth; I will ceive prompt response by adiresi
that he was pursuing the only build an academy in every town and B. F. Hampton, secretary of the
course consistent with his position He endow it. a college in every State and Gainesville Board of Trade. '
was known to be a Democrat-a regu- fill it with able professors: I will .. --
lar, old-fashioned Democrat. About crown every hill with i place of wor- In Illinois the other day a cow wMI
that there could be no question. H ship consecrated to the promulgaion killed by lightning. After the storm
was a believer in the principles for of peace: I will support in every pul- a farmer came along and seeing the
-which his party has stood since the pit an able teacher of righteoasuess, dead cow, went to the house of her
days of Jefferson. But political astiv so that on every Sabbath morning the owner and said: "Jim.yoar black eow
ity and judicial duties do not mixH If chime of onehillshall answer another has been struck and killed." "'1s tba
his party wanted him it must takehim around the earth's wide circumfer. so?" answered the cow's owner.-n
for what he was and for what he be- ence and the voice of prayer and the was the best cow I had. She was wot
lieved. It did so and the country song of praise should ascend like a $50 at least. What train struck her?
knows that no mistake was made. universal holaeust to heaven." *'She wasn't hit by a train," said thi
And then he did the thing that every first farmer. "Lightning streak her." -
one at all acquainted with his rugged ocekefeller is expected to be in pos- "Oh, well." said the owner of the eow,
strength of character and his high con- session soon of all the gold, silver, "I thought it was a train. Well;,
ceptionof the divorcement of partisan copper, iron and lead mines of the don't care much. That cow wa
polities and judicial office knew he country through the purchases and worth over $10 anyhow."
would do. In order to make himself combinations he has effected by his ----
entirely free to accept the nomination banks in different parts of the Union. Tom Taggart is willing to sacrilg
offered by the St. Louis convention- He is already in possession of the oil himself for his principles, or -hl
without the least degree of embarrass- businessof the country, and when his wouldn't consent to be chairman o.
meant and without compromising him- lA full
ent and without compromising him- plans are fully carried out one man the Democratic National Commit. -
selfin th slhtest liu -he will control two of its mot important For the next two month he will be
went down to Albany and filed his re- i ro1 two of i m to u ke I
went down to Albany and filed his re- industries. He can at pleasure curtail kicked all over the country, and if Ihe
signationof an office which carries a or expand production a ean raise or wins on November 8th everybody wll
salary of $17,000 a year and vast honor lower prices. The markets of their immediately forgethim and sot th
and dignity. And now, as an unham' products will be at his mercy. Should Parker did it. What did K.
pe erieanitizen-withudiial get control of the transportation or Cal. Brice get out of similar s .
b sp thirwnfr hin h"Tsv_% ld h

rUUI UI- rowntLom sI Is o uumer--P"e i
at full liberty to take up the work of
the campaign. Thathe will be equal to
the demands o his candidacy is con-
ceded on every hand,

James A. Hollomon, secretary of
the Trades Carnival* Association of.
Jacksonville. has None -to Chicago.
where he will be joined by George W.
Wilson of the association and the two
gentlemen will confer with several of
the leading managers of amusement
enterprises in the West. It is the in*
tention of the carnival association to
bring to Jacksonville for this year's
week of festivity the largest and best
attractions ever brought east of t**e
Mississippi river. Especial attention
will be given to features that are un-
usually high-class and of merit, Noth-
ing is too good or too expensive for the
Jacksonville carnival. This occasion
has become famous throughout the
world as being one of the greatest
amusement weeks in the history of
this country, and people are attracted
to Jacksonville during the carnival
not only from Florida, but from all
parts of the United States. It is eon-
fidently expected that not less- than
200,000 visitors will be in Jacksonville
during the carnival week, which be-
gins Monday, Oct. 24th. They will be
treated to series of entertainments and
amusement exhibitions, any one of
which would be worth traveling hun-
dreds of miles to see. Everydody in
Jacksonville is talking carnival. The
offices of the association are bee-
hives of industry, and the city and
State are gettingadvertised throughout
the country as no other agency except
the carnival association can give.

The summary of the telephone bus.
iness published by the census bureau
presents facts which are a surprise to
even the most intelligent people. Here
is a business which was unknown in
the childhood of person now enteriag
on their profeaioal career, which to-
day embraces a capital of nearly half
a milon; Aandled 5,0000 men-
sages last year; gives employment to
400 persona, and to which is-devoted
#8100,00 a year as groo revenue,
half as muoh a Is expended by the
public for sustaining the postal ervie.
That is only one item of the changes
which are in progress in this generm.

The Tex Hiogg is now oozing Mfor
the Republican Teurnament. This ia
avery heavy los to our p-arty He
rai th _Fairaks tale- t t ,.

facilities of the country he would have
its business by the throat and could
squeeze the life out of all competitors.
What will the end be?

The recent statement of Secretary
Morton that "the navy of the United
States should be more formidable in
existence," was evidently inspired by
the head of the administration, Yet
what other publicist in America would
think of uttering such an absurd sen-
timent? This continent is self-pro-
teeted. Our attack upon the Philip-
pine nation, and our subjugation of its
people, has weakened us, of course.
because it has immensely extended
our coast line and given us ten million
additional people to defend, but when
we get rid of that incubus, as we shall
by and by, there is no reason on earth
why either our army or our navy
should beany larger than they were
ten years ago.

A unique feather guessing contest
was recently conducted by a promi
nent company manufacturing feed for
poultry. Five hundred dollars i,
prizes was offered for best estimate,
or guesses as to the number of feath-
ers on a hen. The trst prize was $100.
Thousands of gueses were received,
including some very amusing ones.
One party, whowas probably looking
for'some "catch"h scheme, estimated
"none at all." Many estimates in the
hundreds of thousands were received,
several in the millions, the highest es-
timate being D00,000,017. The correct
answer was found to be 8,120.

The president has reprimanded "
Postmaster MeMiehael of Philadel-
phia for selecting forty-nine Republi-
cans for clerks and rejeting the same
number of Democrats, and has warned
him that he must "hereafter" obey the
Civil Service Law enacted by Congress.
"-Hereafter." But Mr. Roosevelt os-
teutatiously negleets to order that the-
illegally appointed clerks be dismissed
sad the illegally rejected be appointed
to the places for which they were cer-
Stiled. Seek is Civil Service Reform
as defined by its principal ehampioes,

W. C. and Ben N. Caldwen have as-.
sumed the management of The Jasper
News, L. W. White retiring. The
Messs. OAlidwell are practical news
paper men and will make The 4ewsa
firt-elas eontry paper We are ia t
informed as to what Mr. Whi"sM-
wll de inthe fiets. -eIt iht mbo.
premIe tihat e willi i dI s-
*elf i eiiturII haw a

vice?-or Gorman? Who reiemibsti-
that a hustler of the name of William
Harrity carried Cleveland through to
victory on his back in 182? Well,,
Tom, you spalpeen, here's to the likes
o' ye.
The unexpected death of Col. J. H..
Brigham, Assistant Secretary of Agri-
culture, is greatly to be deplored, as
he was a very useful man. He wase
born at Lodi, Ohio, in 1838, a farmer-
boy. He was a soldier in the civ
War, and for ten years was master of
the National Grange. He was Ia lage
man mentally as well as physiea2lp
he weighed nearly 300 pounds' withet
being overly stout, and was six fe-1
six inches tall. He was an eraest
friend of the farmer and deserves to
be kindly remembered by him.

President Roosevelt's -nnmissimr
of labor has compiled a table t show
that food costs mpch less than fe
merly in comparison with wages. H&i
Secretary of the Interior has set oat
another table to show that. wages wil
tuy more food than formerly. Ad-I
*qineral Grosvenor displays a uI-'
f uous table of his own figures. Botk --
all these tables there is one whia '
they have not closely investigatei-
the dinner table.

Several important labor unioasi-l
Philadelphia are indignant bee
non-union labor is being employee r
build the new State house at ,abr
burg, and, being unable to obtain ml -
satisfaction from the State an tahi-4
they now propose to hold .?rtea
Roosevelt and his party es
They claim to be able to control
in the State to give the election Mt ta*

Having the candidate for d'ee-pad
dent, West Virginia will beableto.
through this year. probably, w it
external help. Mr. DavN has g.
ously informed all candidates t1 h-
will duplieate whatever tieds
can raise for campaign expe ne. -

"High-price meat, aod..
wheat," ampaiga cry that S
beat-for the folksa you se -M
who have got too meah to M- "

Roead the atos'a wali
a deeaim elear ad -hearty
this: "An eight iar' iuSO
oh *for any p .

e-_ ,dinn.-. -al -a.i
l w..... ...;; : .: "lu ^d^^&t s^^a-a **'sM-sss

--. Gal a I -. Dy


rd of Trade Should Have r-
and Submitted Program
a.ks Ago, But it Was4 impossible
Secure Quorum.
Srailroad companies are becom-
jSxio regarding the program
Sw some time ago to have been
ished by the Board of Trade for
gaa day, whieh isto be held
alieasille oi Wednesday, Septem-

an MeArtihr of the excur-
mittee, Gainesville Board of
lIe-aled a meeting of the board
pveb"several weeks ago for the
pM of Wtanging a program and
r detai for this o.eesion. The.
d, however, ould not geta quo.-
be the exe raion committee upon
O -waons1ibHtY instructed the
[t. to arrange exeoruion rates,
ag gthethe-aO rd of Trade would
age and submit the program at its
Sgaeting, which was to have been
ow the frt Wednesday in August,
aWine to inclement weather, to-

4 gwh. the fact that many mem-
absent from the city, no quo-
-el be secured.
al esd companies having grant-
iveqiest of the-excursion com-
e daB having never received a
of the proposed exercises of
Aa I -w becoming impatient,
w rptly telegraphed the
f t1e exearsion Committee
4ItU. I.naimpObeh as the co.n-
W failed to ure meetingof
d of Tade they arewin a quan-
gad unleis some definite action
tM awee the chances are that
--a wi be nothingg doing"- for
agm oasthaday.
I -ium MoaTthur of the excur-
agaiteerequests a meeting of
Bod of Trade at 4 o'clock this
aga,Sat the eonnell chamber, in
r thal matter may be setuled.
-i.haged atiat there will be a
ideWdI preheat, as this means
m dl to :alneville one way aoi


fell Kenown Resident of This Section
Died at Melatoak Tuesday.
the information of the death of
F. aL4nstS, -l-ei oesermd -at his
me a iWaEsntoo ortly before mid-
*Mt Tuesday, was received in this
Kg Wedateay morning.
Xe-mmd was about fifty-two years
It and bsa for the past year been
f om ag trouble. He was
r-live o4 Defatar county, Georgia.
a me to lrida awbot a quarter of
es ry ago, sixe which time he has

H Evlnston and Mclntosh. He is
i by a widow, to whom the
nq thy of -Mends is extended.
Pmed +was a brother-in-lew of
HLJS. lodiford of this city, who
O te soon rain Wednesday for
i tto attest the funeral, which
r held Gtodai. -

Fi^iuti^ i

iecream social which was given
lth Gainesville Tuesday evening
itprpose of placing a new rool
s ball, was a grand success, both
$ .sd financially. Quite a num
present and enjoyed the even
* well as the delicious refresh
I so generously donated by the
abe eitisens of that suburb
5 was relied, which will add
M deal towards aetomplislni
a l pu*rpOe. .
tieasthy Mothers.
is should always keep in gooi
I eah. They owe it. to their
WM. Yet it is n alsigh t
ISterwith babe in armscough
tl and exhibiting all th
Iof a cousmptive tendm.ej

fxi aagerous alike to moths
Swhen Dr. Boehee's Gernma
put a stop to it at one
g-lr oldi be without this ol
aemady in the house-for i
will promptly cure -a
bronchial trouble

tosl ea be spo l, eared b
s:1 so ea boar 4ess a-
sof e breoA--a- tubm.-
.cte nad sng
S- e; l-e1"

.eve *

f. Y.U3TZflUIk, -.
Bon. F. Y. ritzpatrick, Congressman
from Ketacky,writes from the National
Hotel, Washington, D. 0, as follows:
"At the solicitation Of a friend I ued
your Peruna and can cheerully recom-
mend your remedy to-anyone suffering
with catarah or who needs agood tonic."
-F. Y. Ftzpatrick.
Perunais the remedy for catarrh. Al-
most everybody knows that by hereasy
and thousands know it by experience.
Whatcan becured in the beginning In a
weekor two by using Peruna, if allowed
to become chronic, may require months
of faithful treatment, VOf had beer
be oiedto tike it fr Bme tiae la
Saer to well. AerW the warm, ry
wstberwilmIt aiufyercme. VOw
-am t fable to cAtWh frh cold Mad
delay yo r cafre.
Hundredsof men-of dignity and promi-
nence fram all over the United States
endorse Peruna.

No other remedy reetvres such coO-
vincing testimonials. Send for free book
of testimoniala.
If you-do not receive prompt and satis-
factory results from the use of Peruna,
write at once to Dr. Hartman, giving a
funl statementof your case and he will
be pleased to give you his valuable ad-
cice gratis.
Address o Ir. Hartman, President o
fhe Hartman Sanmtarium, Columbus, 0




luable Residence Property
Damaged by Flames.

From Wednesday's Daily Sun.
An alarm of fire was turned in froE

Box 82 at 2:10 this morning, which
summoned the department to the
house belonging td J. B. Lutterloh
and occupied by J. T Percival.
The alarm was not turned in until
the fire had gained good headway. The
department responded promptly and
did effective work, but considerable
damage resulted, the entire upper
story being gutted.
The origin of the fire is unknown,
although it is supposed to have been
started in a vacant room on the second
floor, in which was stored a quantity
of paints and oils.
Mr. Percival was the only person o.c-
ceupying the house, his family being at
Some of the valuable furniture, in-
eluding a piano, was saved.


Many Institutions Throughout County
Will Begin in Early September.
Superintendent W. M. Holloway of
Sthe Board of Public Intruction an-
Snounees that many of the schools
I throughout the county will open on
Monday, Sepiemiber These are the
0 rural schools, the schools in the larger
* towns opening at all dates from Sep-
& tember5th to 19th.
The Gainesville Graded and High
. School will open for the fall term the
I third Monday in September, with
g Prof. J. G. Kellum and a worthy ,and
effieient eorps of assistants. The in
dieations are that the school term wil
be one of great soeese as the teach
d en will enter the work with a deter
r mination to accomplish a great deal.

* Aftermath of Fire.




All of yesterday morning those who
were sufficiently inquisitive visited th<
sene of the early Wednesday morn
ig fire, the residence belonging to J
B. Latterleh of Cedar Key and oeoe
pd-by .T. Peteltval
The damage to the building was eoa
slderable, amounting to several huo
dred dollars, but this was covered b
suaee. The greater part of the fu
itoare in the buildng was either d
stroyed or badly damaged by fireO a
rater. This was also covered by maeu

Mr. Pereival desires The San to ex
prs his seere thanks and app
eidlation fourth esors of his frien
iad others to save his property, whi
e pited a spirit of ge"eromity.


Trustee Colson Will Dipe of GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA.
Extensive ill Interests. -

THE PLANT IS A FINE ONE Fuetal Directors a

One of the Latest and Most Modern Liceused Enmbalmer
in the State of Like Capacity-Sale
Will Embrace Everything Formerly Mausufaeituer of ad eaiers in
Owned by Espanota Company. ictre Robber Stamps.






There will be an important sale at oads Uphilstery. a ua*-
Prairie Creek today, when Perry M. daks, Cameras, and Phot"ga- t
Colson, as trustee of the Espanola phers' t Spe
Luonber Company, defunct, will dis- 0-
pose of all the property of said cor- Orders by Teleraph or Telephae t
pany, comprising a first-class saw mill will rceive prompt attie* t
plant of about fifty thousand feet ea- -
pacity4perday, veneer mill plant, rail- 6 R S
road logging outfit, twenty-one mulesil THE NEWS FROM SANTA FE.
a stock of commissary goods, thirteen ogs Dying From Cholera-Cows Vic-
xen. timber leases, etc. The sale wiiHogs Dying Fro Cholera-Cows Vic-
be made at the mill to the highest and -tirs of Hydrophobia-Other Notes.1
Best bidder, and it is understood that Santa Fe, Aug. 24 -Mrs. E J. Baird 1
several parties will bid on the property. and children are visiting her hmnb ad
The plant of the Espanola Lumber here. She contemplates proltiging
Company is one of the newest and her visit so as to enjoy the batn. ag at
most up-to-date in the State of the Worthington Springs daring the sea-
same capacity. The machinery is all son.
tiew and modern, having been in.- W. L. Ellis, one of Santa Fe's most
stalled less than sto years ago, and is substantial farmers, had the misfor-
Mn excellent working order. The mill tune to lose a fine mule a few days ago.
i situated directly on the shore of S. L. Crews was ia town a few days
Newnan's lake, the forests of which past, he being in an unusual joyful
abound in rich timber, and-which as a mood. His usual smiles were broader
rule is easy of access. The timber is and extended over his entire face. On
rafted to the mill by steamer tow, and being asked the cause he replied: "It
when placed in the immense bins is is a girl." Mother and child are doing
easy to manage. Aside from these well.
like forests, the company owns exten- W. H. Ellis, who some time pastliost
sire timber leases for several miles a fine milk cow with hydrophobia
surrounding the plant, and only a few caused by coming in contact with a
months ago closed a lease for several mad dog, we are informed lost another
thousand acres of timber on the Ockla. one last week with the same disease.
waha river, east of Citra. At the time Misses Maud -Neville and Mayme
of their misfortune, the company was Shutt, two of Gainesville's charming
projecting a tram road through the 'young ladies, who have been the guests
farests, a great deal of the grading of Miss Alma Blitch for the past week,
having already been completed. returned home Sunday, so to take in
The mill is a fine property, and the the excursion to St. Petersburg Mon-
purchasers cannot afford to permit the day.
plant to remain idle. It is safe to as- Eli Futch of the Central City is vis-
. sert that within the next few days the iting relatives here and taking in the
steam will again be turned on, and the bathing at Worthington Springs this
former scene of thriftiness.about the week.
place will indicate the return of good We are having fine weather for eot-
V times and plentiful money, as a large too picking now. The weather is dry
number of employes will be placed to and hot. Rain is needed on the cane
work. and potato crops, which are suffering
wo on account of the lack of moisture.
i AvYo isALL HERE -ne--

WILL. PLrTl ar- w er ..--..
Macon and Jacksonville League Teams
Will Put Up Game.
A. J. McArthur is in receipt of in-
formation to the effect that Manager
Lucy of the Jacksonville baseball
team will arrive in this city Saturday
for the purpose of arranging for two
days' games between Jacksonville and
Macon teams on the Gainesville dia-
There games are desired on Septem-
ber 15 and 18, and those dates will no
doubt be decided upon.
Jacksonville and Macon both have
fine! teams, and the local fans will
have an opportunity of witnessing two
fine exhibition games. Mr. MeArthur
will also endeavor to induce the rail-
roads to run excursion trains ast great-
ly reduced rates to Gainesville upon
this ocasion, and in the event that
he is sueeessful large crowds from the
surrounding towns and cities will no
doubt take advantage of the oppor-
tunity to witness the events.
S '"Old Black" is Dead.
"Old Black," the famous St. Bernard
canine which belonged to Ticket Agent
-Goodwin of the Atlantic Coast Line
and who was a familiar figure on the
streets for several years, has passed in
i checks, and now rests beneath the
sweet. potato vines in- a Micanopj
I field.
Black was a great favorite with the
l children, and many older folks, but hi
was possessed of an enormous appe
Site. and it kept his master in distress
ing financial straits to keep this appe
site satisfied. Consequently he gay
him away with great reluctance t'
Mieanopy parties who expressed
a willingness to keep him wll fed an-
Sgroomed-but -Black finally died a
grief orpon leaving his former home.

ff to Archer.
The amplified degree team of Moom
. Vernon Lodge No. 20, Knights of Pytl
Siat, by invitation, departed Wednesd
. night for Archer, -where they coa
Sferred the rank of Knight upon cand
d dates of Areher Lodge. There wer
r- about fifteen in the party, and it
needless to aid that they present
- some imprewive work.
h Womensfiadquick relef Dr.Thecbe
Uver ad Blood Syay.

Cotton is doing very well now-no
worms yet reported in this vicinity.
Picking has fairly begun and pickers
are scarce. It is feared that sufficient
hands for picking cannot be ha l.
The hog cholera is still an epidemic
here. Ist seems that there will be but
few hos left. There has been several
hundred head died in the past month.
It seems that no sure cure has been
found as yet for the disease. The
farmers are -t a loss to know where to
get hop to consume the large crop of
peanuts, ehufas and peas that are be-
ing grown in this community, as the
above mentioned crops were never bet-
ter than this year's crop.
The Missionary Baptists are running
a protracted meeting at the North
Pleasant Grove Church this week, Rev.
Hartman of Paradise, the regular pas-
tor, assisted by .Rev. Newton King of
Hampton, Bradford county. Their
meetings are being patronized by as
large a congregation as cold be ex-
pected at this busy season of the year.
The patrons express themselves as
being well satisfied with the appoint-
ment of teachers of this school for the
coming term.
Carwisle Guest of Parer.
e I Bopus, N. Y., August 24.-Former
m Secretary of the Treasury John G. Car.
e lisle, who spent the night at Rose.
y mount a,. the gustI of Judge Parker,
rettrnfd to New York today. Neither
ahe nor the judge_ would say 'anything
e of t':e purpose or results of their cow*
- ference which was almost unbroken
-. throughout last evening. The candi.
date -isnow being flooded with cam.
e palgn music and marches, waltzes,
o two-steps and parodies upm familiar
a e are In almost every mail.

SA Business Change.
Abe Dxialynski has purchased the
fruit stoe of E. P.Deveo, 11. West
Union street, Endel bloik.
it Mr. Daialymaki has been engaged on
Sthe road as a traveling salesan with
y great soeess, but owing to il healt
a- resigned his position, to the Iegrt of
i. his employers. He states that be wil
rerun a ftela d up-to-dae plam
is and will alsoerryg agro esanW
d prodwee of all kinds.,
Abe is a eleveryung ellow, seaps

o hoMding h bold friends amd mddt e
new oam, d will no doubt enjoy a
afine trade.










Prominent American Women Return
From Attending Same.
New York. August 24.-Miss Susan-
3. Anthory. accomp:anied by the Rev.
Inn a MI. Shaw ad M111ss Lucy Anthony
have returne.' from Europe, where
they arttndvd tbe congress of wo-
men hcld in B-1:;n. Miss Anthony

"Elngi'sh women are well informed
on i;oitics ar-l talk of them and.
inidvzti. mOst su;bects of general Inter-
est. much more than Amfeiean wo.
men. In Sett!land and Ireland they
are Coing the sane thMag as in Ekg
"We in America are not galint
materially as much as we hoped, butl-
there is an undercurrent..
"We found the German woman very
responsive. The fact that mpeui
William permitted and encouraged oaf
efforts is signtfiant, if not of persa
al liberty at leat rt defmee to M


Running at Fast Speed Camn As 0Do
railed-Several Hurt.
Topeka, Kans August 24.-Saute
Pe Train No. 27 was deraIled T ll
eat of Topeka shortly aftr midnight
Pour were Injured, one seriously.
Partial st of the iljmed:
Mal Cerk 1. J Carr. ghtly.
Express Messenger B ekwLe, MrteI

Unknown man blind baggage,
The traim was runig at a ood*
rate of speed. Twc eai~me, a cheAt
eo and as PuUman O w Is th
itre. The eaue o un WB ala sYjt.


Sections of Arizona Subjectedto Te
rential Rains.
Gingman. Arti., August 24.--Mar
than an inea of rain has fallen oer
this section doing great damng 4*
rail and wagon- roads.

The water is running so higk a
Truxton canon that no estimate of
the damage ean b.' made at this bor.
Several bridges are reported go a^
and at least 2.000 leet of roadbed.-
The Arizona and Utah railroh ih
practically a wreck, the bridges are
gone and grades washed out ain ae
for miles.

Handsome Residencew Bred
Decatur, Ala., August -24.-At as
ealy hour fire of uankown origdia d.
stroyed the a afome residence of -
A. Albe, em Viae street. The m
wa $2,M00 with about LS l,0 -am.

Ibm wmis d tanfly. x_. W

do fie weedaft Mo le

Noaee ibsueq m ast e-

L M. fl.m1*0= m e
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mneer Lodge and Prftidnt 4we A
Oyeter Bay. L I.. August 4--Prtes-
lent Rootevelt's first conference Our-
mg his present sojourn at Sagamoh
ill was with Senator Henry Cabot
odge. who arrived here shortly be-
Ore last midnight.
The president and the M ASsacuseft
enator spent the greater part of to-
ay together. In the early mornifs
ours they tUxk a hor.ebaek ride. the
outing affording them an opportaity
9 disce.s matters of interest and tn-
Senator L.rg, pas-ed some time in
the president'% ir ry reading the let-
er of acc*cnan-.. wh-h. except for
he finishing teu tbe and arrangement
n final form. waE complete before
he president left Wp shington. The
President took up with Senator Lodge
who is a memibr of the senate con-
mittee on foreign relations. the state
tf affairs in the Far East, and the
United Slates' relations to It. N1 ap.
prehension is felt by them that.
through any probable development.
America will be drawn lato the wr'
situatioaL The president and his eab-
inet some time ago determined upon
a line of policy to be fowlled. ana
this will be adhered to.
Former Lieutenant Governor Timo-
thy L Woodruff, of New Yrk. will
be among the president's visitors to.
morrow. He is coming to discuss with
the president tle New York political
sitau oNn.- "






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e i- jeb;
, -. I

sm a a-- a k

ji. -be Mar-_

aI-twaw--- aftdeamw

Why ft k th~iA'ersHh

r fd. It feeds the hair,.
PMA"w at@ kr. Thin sheir

- -p ffrom Xowing.
Atd rmily Ail the dark,
ri celer of early life comes

_ I meft AyW& YJ
rav H se ai I air
- i... m as... z mO 'S 7 r

~rav Hair

g i. ..iragi A.. -We t- it ".. .."
Stale at i- i, Maeal Me- G W. MINSEY INJURED. -
Af gr-* wO 1iogsbet he prit o
*- e s .!o -t -a _-,e- Popular Apalacicola Man Fell Down
-i h Ieska Jai"~~ Stepsof Aragon Hotel. Jacksonvi
**WWSai wkeli aheit them b. G uW. Hiase y of Apralehicola. tax
|-- l die lta Jaild" remarked a llteusor of Frankin county and a'
M- b. .. .ame frome ePa- prOmineast member of the K aiglt* of
lm l and those mea were oa. Pyjlhias. who s well known and popr-
is ati eel-"d er, in cbhare Ilrthroghoult the entire State, etpe.
at anEf Ta- ." Cilly amon g the Pythian ., ad then&it-
ft i Xl-41 4seeed at grslfortone to fall down the hegh steps in
dat-fa by this remark. He ex- front of the Arago i Hote;, Jaekson-
Ull d tlhe tl~etUBam. signed by P&t- Ville, sterday .mrniar g. w ich re-
eSelaspe.Sor Fred eter, -saying: sualted in the breaking of ti eoilart

00 Lhese teea at ee" This The victia of this regretat" aeci-
s-le- ,wei*Mdated fram Jackaeorile. dent was taker. immediately to his
"I g[ sa~deusaeg tbhis," re- rcom, where medical assistance was
mo*.ed uMbsal McCormick. *for rendered by several physicius. Menm-
shoe anr my sders." Ibers of the Jacksonville lodges. K. of
a-msiesl sdiftserence," remarked P., were notified, and at once took the
the aws r, saw the prisosen and easein hand. He was given the otes
ANltd wih he o er, and he told me attention by his brother Knights. and
hews tehiagthe a. toaTnpa." unday morning was placed aboard
iagll .Mj ormick was still in train for his home.
d* t, however, and departed on te 3 Mr. Hinsey has a number of friends
fli logessaia for Palaska. He feels and aequaintanees in Gainesville who
03e O00eer Peer o ld mot insatrunet will regret to hear of this misfortune.
S so ..m- to Pal.a."d then order ----
athe -PIri be takes away by A ,arge Funeral.
aler er from a separate district The funeral of LeRoy DIuval. col-
Ie ^ they were arremed, and is a ored, which was held Tuesday morn-
ifteA distrise ia which they eom- ing,was one of the most largely at*-
iadt b eerie for which huy were tended of any ever held in Gaines-
Eg miE -N .i-le. I the procession there were
Ste4 ag*e their names as Jim twenty-six teams, many of which were
S a"d Fre Staford. It is boe two ant three-?ated vehicles. The
S|td t tey hbar bees in ealaion proemion extended for a distance of
I' cJigage of s. who bave been three blocks, and made a great im-
mad erseaking safes presol*s, demonstrating the esteem ini
l 1lsea or- the pass- few which deceased was held by members
oths. Ameon their lawless deeds of hisown race.
wreh ewbbaesM of the patos -s-e as
fM : .4m ma .eO aa anB at.. Promrninent Visitor H*u.

E a to. rase the safes of the Atlan-
ie esat iae at Bagse at Newberry

lB. eage of the remoral of the
-oau s to Platha was the fact that
g the iJe for wicbh -the were last
g mnSmeshssw was the breaking
oeep of the postofeseafe at Creseent
g@gy. whagic is go Patama ipmonty, Pa.
vats helagthe eonty seat. They se-
e6 4 from the Creseent City robbery

Pis- Ao End to it Am.
tA gliemos -wal oftite comes as a
|: ifeloaessimble pana from over-
atalsad orgs. Dmaisanes,"b;ckaehe,
)lmemrnpkipacd elmtipation. Bat
gAst eto Dr. eLag' Xew Life Pillt
9?be- -a&I e ndt t is all. They ae
tie bt thorough. Try them. Only
G uerantead by il drug torem

Weg- i strilke Breaker Blinded.
4Caitiag AagpWt.S 2!-Ailen Cotten
g lAVro strike breakr, was lound sn
eoasmelos i tothe stockyards today with
ase eyes lacerated antil the tight ad
bioeo dei0toyd. heright -eye was
gfu l ^gongiid- ost, and the man
w bleeding prwiftsely. It Is bel*ev
b eto to also e kerlag from a free

She to a hospital..
B ar -ml Ihe *tltn. T.he police took

:TereHt WRI lwvestigate,
hiheta, Aagvst 23.-Gowne r ?o
bW I take up d atesbtoair
w be reas the aiy -iit iso
sameaR believed will user a tevm
gllb of bes work ul b tbt
-a s aWtry a-d aY etherftst o
11(a tender stomeads to prevent the
4 .. the* ae..r.. Cat.. ..a

vb eft *e,* .' h at

4egvc~hrralareoes. Twa. t
r-40 : -.:'
^iAw k?(N~l~Bti i

!- z o
tStabis I- the Stock


SH Asre .eet ae< 0.w Declare that
Tey W.! Nct E'ertaia Any Pea

Negr as-as
v -. :- -=e
a" daz --- de

.. - a irz ta, they I "
ill o a re mos wit L A W

i* .

. .' .. uaran eed f yrI % 4. By- th* I E j E- - --

.* *+*_u w t^ ^ gri lc, 4 rayP3ItsS ^ I r" ^ -^se; f tse--e C .z t v"
-r-ice : o3 r se-
S.. Guaranteed 8 years old. By tie -. 'a -e r-ra e .
a.Tefm : S&-+ $ 2-7:4 j. 4 fall qaw Ste xem c- lon tiT W t z qar,.-e-t-,
z-PAcat edthey *tatI ~eA i s. c P -sese+
that aaey aa: toouip a negotiaions AIL R TE -> f es
witih- 16--e rn. i --T 4E G ar,. teed 4 yearol. y jthe Z -.
t |r & &a: arem- ent .. -. ga-lUon -$2.50. 4 fill quar. $a2.7 .; use:r a ..3
resci d w-Ich w c-e dere4 fa- | v EXPRE. PEi s .e% 2L lid
*otI CarI Br Re Yas a LFRD TE 0,
chance to put th e -agrwe-eeen- into ef By ee ga fln 2n 4 fal q4carts .- -- ee
feest ecaze bcers held a me*tt-{ t?- EXLPRVES PRLPAID
and cide to inorE -he aoonTact ad OLD kENTCKY (V4tIf se
.the orsriri ke asowrde ara i Tes old. r a :.ed )d e -e-Od.By- ie

gaDDD_ 0' gal.on 4A 4 full quara s | A -a AL
Ste-,n Erk 1s Aob I LTUEcAB iOL PP I C "

o .wed ,._ AP rC ms:a_. G rr 4y TH -F_4earsold. ByT t ___" f
RBa a t gl of rro T gHLr.A 4 fll q A T o _
.tw i :. -CO. -- .Y- EXPESS P : -. e. -
Satnr.a+ : LIQO- aI -I- Wehzdl !1 i tall leading brandt c.I ;
Th,;- ea? r '. J:-n-w as 1! Rye and Bourbon WLii&k r. I t *he ctr- -:
hLI r90-t and wil ."i smE- p-save y OU from 5 pyre- i | .t:z e. .- ;-
_ ki OrSt per e unt on your puhch e-. S- nd .f= 3- :& e t'.o.- `j C, o'a *Oi
"`d Ol _- p u_ ed' i or prie is ca og M j-L Ne a Ter dI
the cash 'drawyr- Bla-ix.h ds fol- free upon appLlca tli-ixi. I Z% -%^T hrS

It a a water tank of a ragirozjead- SWsN I E P eRJ S ua .
LIQUOR COMPANY, if,-__N-e_ m Teemak %0


Order-YoUr 7,. 4".

llindeaal~fingT CeI 1 W-l V -aTHOS. M-. RAY-d a -tasaed sI Es

j zQbee BR_ er L4 Oj a-eaGs ^we.s a


Peral attetion to all matter -.t
tU foe. XII d telegraph order%

Gainesville. Florida1


father of Captain Sam Smoke, U. 8.
A. now a member of the faculty at
Yale, was in the city Tuesday. The
Doctor has been in Columbia, Mo., for
some time. He has been suffering
from weakness of the eyes, but those
throughout the State who know him,, 'AS
*ad there are many, ill be gratified
at the Information that his condition
is rapidly improving.

st 2Land Olcee at Gaineiesile. aA..
Convntioof the Nat onal Firemen's Ais "t =r. +- t
Association. f Note.q hereby tiven that the foHowb-
orld Fair s rans. St. lse artd terhas tiled r~ucc of his ittion
Augut --Th ann'a cventL ema.r e t antec~t proowi be mae b.-

[conr d *a ID i (. i- NATHAs B.Ttoue-of Waanee. Fla..
taoven ay In the gre m a.. H.33 for the I% of w Setio 5,
President Franci:. ct the exposition, Township0 s.. n arei E.
dehtvrri an adr:s of welcome t IHe names the tonowiagwiitnesses o prove
b contlUUos residence upon and cutivation
which GCo rC. alo. of Ransas C -y a oaid ila B~r:
;{* tr^nn W. L,,LAneaater. T. G. La er. Xf. Slaigb-
presenti of the a eiation* rspond- ter. T. A. Clemo. al of Wamee. Fla.
d.- Pd W. G. ROBINSON. Register,
This week ba -s designated as i .
"Mtissur! week" at the exposition, and p 1 O
each day win be replete with special UEOt I ACKER &
events incident to the occasion. Sat
Iwtday a balloon race is the principal MANIFACT(WRRS OF
feature of the program. Under the
terms of the regulation governing the
aeronantie conourse attheexposition, .
whereby a capital prize of $100,000 Is
offered for the smcsefural demonstra
tin t of a dlrigib!e airship. provisioa '
was made for a Ing distance ali rS
fight from the ex.KfitIon grounds toa
WashinsSota iOsnmen ast Wathitoin. 1

D. C.. for wkhi an award of $5,000
ws offered to the racing balkloo as.
compluishlnag the feat within the short-
est time Imit. The -art of these trial
Ms .cedled to begn next S.tW.

-.. .A -- .." .- .u. .- *-
Today he Kaaghta t thee Maccabeat-

ai who erived iee tbtr annual
s*mjqiM** at 2satess WO p a.

Zaw.a -

and Building Mate

S .:- .

ru .-t* ar A M.-a ye. ....... 3

Sfull quaar Pride of N. C. Corn o 3 .
All goods peeked iL at-s box, ease
style. I want your holiday business
and will treat you right. Send me your
order from prompt shipment.
TRos. 3L RAY. Palatka. F a.

Notice t Is b ere Oven ta under nd btr
TirtUeof a tsal deemee of foreclourte aa d'ae
Beade and entered by the Hon. J. T- 1TWfl
.udxe Af the Urbth Jadieta CirertL of Eorida.
in aind for A abwua toanmty. Chtaeer!.on the
21st day of J2aly. A- I. IW. in a eertzaia csie
therb, pending. wheretn Marraret D. Mucken-
fa si complainant aud Vietore Forwia PFbo-
phate Co hpanye and othersa re de endaa I
haftl offer for sale aad 'eli to the kgbehe- bid-'
der. for cash. at fpubie outcry, before the I
court touse door sa id Alaehua countyr- me
City of GatesvilDe therein on the fiat Moa-
day in September. I34. the same being the
fth day of said momth and a lewa Salese dar
within the legaU bour% of Aale. the property de-
seribed n the final decree dtate. Irina and
beinr in Aiaebua county. Florida. towit The
south baif of the Dortbeast qutanrser. and the
ealst alf of the northeast s art-e o' the
nortbeatm quarter of Seetion twenty-two 2to.
in Township ten efis south of Lange seven-
teen (l7 east containai one buwired acre.
more or lesw. STEPEN E. FOSTER
J. W. ABRCiBALD. Special Masier.
D. H. .G-
CoDplWainaUtsS oicitors.

Notice i. bhereby -ivec that an election wi
be held Ina eeCtios DIsuict No. 10. Alachua
county. FWorda. on Saturday. September 17th.
19H. for the purpose of determinimg wbetber
said district Qhal become a Special Tax Boad
District. who shall be the road trustees of said
district and the number of saSlS of district tax
to be levied sad coleecand a'sually for the two
succeedig ryears.
The fc4WowhW penos are hereby appointed
Inspectors and eierk of said election: 0. L.
Feater. LD Merry. Thomas McCiedie, sae
[L A. Rfer clerk..
This the d day of Augst. A. D. 19m
By T. F. Thomas. C azrmac.
By the Board Attest:

Teo Caa sa -e me s .

Musical Instra-
C? 188 ^


Tb. i~w,

w In. t -p.r-ofe o of the o ae or m

0o1 A n --.a. s .e.- A.a oid IBa M
couexte:a-e or Lrte. Stse Lan FSidse .a
this *'.e.-- ie thi- ntue fIor at
No :.- or the puemtae of the beS of
tio o-. f s ToirIBvep o. i S-. anc p
.1 *1jd oloS
ax% -ab-ev mtReiisa -fat -
C rive at Gaine,-- re .at vae fo sT.te i
day of September, 0. .
He Naines aF wneise: McQaeet Cb-l_
of C0d Town. Fla_.. S. Oauldes oi ttA
F-a.. J. E. Morirty of Fletcher A.. J J.
Aobert-o- F etcer. F -a.-
abote-descri.el laMai are recawied. t
theireai IMa nMUhs offie eor S before
day o S e -te-'ter. t.- 3
pd W_ G ROBINSORX Restesa-

U. S. Land oCmce at satessle. .
Not'ce i- ereby given that in
with the pTorTaenv of the est of Cu-o u
June 3. enrtied ~ An act for te be
timbte iand in the States of Ciafrst.wN

of Auat!t 4 e &am X. tobersrof
eounty of La'faTei'e Sit.e otf rt-a ad .
tbhi d-; Mi(t n *hij o~ee b b NW r |
No..sforteiamlw of the X *
S4". 2C adS Ne -a of _%i of Seeleo NeS.
Towsi No .
hahbe lad
ainure vna.uaIN.? far u timber or ae tw 02
ricaral mon-o aid ti o B
elaim before SeP -,r an SNeeiVer at
vire. Fa. o -imdsi the ith day SO a
bet wr-
Re rsaie a' wit W e;IE. Mefee. NBi
"4 Twn-. u. Hlu-r. Lee Of A laP. o a..OMT
G. C. Ctairea of 0 o. Ja ..
of Fletber. F.M
ahere-4eCTeibed saft amS ? r13 ia 9SS
their isim in this offoe on or before
aY of September. 190
Vd W. t. BG_ s r iNSCI.N

Cder anl y se ov a ena e
Of e-re .0ad ssc 1is thde I-H
htle J.LT W.^ ,..g of Uwe eir t .
the Eht'. J 1d:.1 W irUit .of Fwirra. ag
for A~achb.. cv.-oty. la Chapemrr? v-r
the l'tka v of June A. D [ --i. m a
easme ad toa m an4 w A &t
Statesand J.N.-thriiu. carter. r
ronnder tie ArM inme ad *IF*e O
L Gi(ma.are oogffam ri aid l. A. -
i defendant: the umneni. 1J, I.t
awfor Alse ad Mso th e Nbf -
.IMn. for 0046. at veie Bj -
sbe ibday of rpmirA. ..D. aML
beaf tt *"t Monay te $m -4L sa .
the eal boomo0f ae. ha tr oI f o
btoorof > ^ffnA a eowiU.1M_

at Seeatso. S7. ng .t


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extem. Lezoa %hiles au resec
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sti =4 ve,
it- V t. -*IW K- l~ -a. -.- *
pow*. and wd sabam
*irfom lbe RegWtsa~rca =4r.(E C^
Sade. ar t o Pb Z& *t i 4

A~ AXT 5am r zZ -v~bm* %-
s mi a t _W->. -t

~e'xsea the s s asee P A
aas 3 rf S.a -:e i.ta *s~car --^ .a w'

S~e. ^e 3E A,8 Tf4. X-. f '
X- S a wSv. -f~t w3:y~ y ^A~i

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Trade z EmpVoyW.' AssocIation

Alliance Are at War with

York, August -3.-The real

in th present build ing stld.rike
e not t iay, and With posbly w
at-theie are xtesive yet-expe-
Ow one si invoarrayed the
Trades Eployes' association
outrols the grek test part of the
tworkdaof anhattant if and the
apart of Brooklyn. On
ae the unions In then build
alliance irand also a number
So affiliated withform the al-
bat which are likely to -ba

the unions ivovosed In thon
-the lockout on received notice
-the Building Trades Eaaployers'
last week that work would
pme today and that if the
In tt- their respective trades were
ar thed o'd nones nionme ony
wm- iwrould be employed indis-
e -ebyjt in eir place. The plan.
7g .euiployera is to form their new
,agso uniov s -under the arbitration
h tHli These proposed unions
|Idlto the only ones recognized by
ofea soyers'easca at eorsubw and the
ic of the old ones could only
Swk dby joining the new organ
!.1---ebw onions who are not in the
eF5eg trades alliance there are a
wr which, according to their rep
tate. will refuse tow workd ith
ou en t not n the ympathy
Sthe, aIet.. Among urthese
r oemtbs and Bridgemen'Ws
-Ia the meantime there are no signs
Wf a etleet of the subway tie-up.
e oeeference proposed Tlast week
with Contractor MepDnald failed to

SPatrick Under Death Senten
peAids w Fellow Prionr.
TOr. Augst 3It has just
lwbped that Albert T, Patrick, the
UlgBwy who Is In Sing Sing prison iu
Sentence of death in the William
in Jic- case. but who now has

_;N&Saw -hikc -his served. to *pro.

B the district attorney's offiee as

us fctoth court. This acted as
001nst the execution of sen
etatheappeal shortly comes U1
Wxjmm, whether Patriel
bpe rioted to appear as coUn'


-1 Kitted and a Third Is Miss

s Idaho, 'August 23.-TwC
and a third is missing as
ofa Ight over the alleged
^^ R g on Marble creek, near
0 of P. Bouly and M. LUn
been found on the trail be
aree creek and Gordon.
lhad 3 ballet holes isn
bo>diesB were some distance
c thirdam, named Tyler, Is

l t th*at Booly and Lan&
la aimpers. Nothing it
at ayrior,

slder seo
k August 23.-The quea
arake on the elevated raS
mam eanhattan isansd wEi
4 by the me today. The
S- rthat action is tc
pitheNow York local of the
W eaoei am ecpBlames. The m- r
* oted t tad by the
Hhl^l~g^U-fense o'-^i~r*'^ as -

Frank Clrk WIl Defend Democratic
SPriiplen Pine Tree-State.
ion. Freak Clark of Lake City, Dem-
oerati nominee for ogress from the
Second Coogrenlonal District, having
tendered his services to the National.
Democratic Committee to work for the
party, -t interesmta ad its principles
in the North, bha been appointed by
Chairman 1 TgM.r to invade Maine,
and, in company with former Senator
Frank G Cannon of Utah, will stump
that State Inthe interests of Parker
and Davti.
It will be remembered that at the
meeting of the Congressional Commit-
tee of the Second District at Jackson-
ville on Jaly 30, a resolution -was
passed to the effect that, inasmuch as
Col.Clark had been nominated by the
Democrats of his district, which was
essential to an election, a lengthy eam-'
paign in this district would not be nee-
essary, and It was suggested that-Col.
Clark be utilized in the doubtful States
of the iSorth in the interest of the
National Democratic party. Acting
upon this suggestion, Col. Clark did
tender his services, which were imme-
diately aempted by the National comrn-
Col. Clark is one of the most pleas.
ing and convincing speakers in the
South, and the only regret is that he
was not appointed to some more doubt-
ful State than the one to which he was
assigned, for he could have accom-
plished a great deal more. The people
of Maine as a rule will listen to all the
oratorical and convincing powers, but
will vote the."wrong way" every time.
SI would be almost as impossible to in-
duce the Pmne Tree State to vote a
Democratic majority as it would be to
make ieorgia go Republican.

To Be Built Across the.River at Columr
bus, Ga.
Colnumhus. Ga.. August 23.-Withie
a short time work will- he in progress
on three dams across the Chattahoo
chee river between Columbus and
West Point.
The work of building a dam at Lang
dale. Ala.. 4 miles below West Point
Is now In progress. This structure
which is of stone, is being bulit by B
H. Hardaway for the cotton mill at
that po.fnt.
Work on the $75.000 stone dam -ol
the City Mills company, the contract
for which was awarded Mr. HardawO
yesterday, will begin at once. Thij
darn is within the limits of the citt
of Columbus.
Work on the dam of the Chattahoo
chee Falls company at Clapp's factory
3 miles north of Columbus, begins this
fall. This development will afford
about 15:.000 horse power.


Murder in Illegal Whisky Joint Neal
_ ac;kson, ,Miss.
Jacksonu. Miss.. August 23.-Jesse
Packett. one of the most notorlom
characters in Jackson, was shot ani
killed in Gua Catching's blind tigers
just across Pearl river from this eity
Sunday morning, a pistol bullet astrik
tag him In the center of the forehead.
ThIe proprietors of the place deelars
thie killing was done by a deaf and
dumb negro boy protege of Pnckett's
but the jury of Inquest summoned by
Justice Cado. after spending the da8

on the case. declared the killing was
done by V. Tarry, late of Texas. wht
was rnnmmng the joint, and that Sair
Dixon was accessory.
Both are In jail and the "dummy'
Megro is held as a witness.


Judge Parker and His Fafth In Speech
-Eopus, N. Y., August 23.--It was
made plain at Rosemount today that
there is no certainty of Judge Park.
er making any speeches In the west
In Connection with his St. Louis trip
or at any other time or place. The
principle on which Judge Parker will
act in the matter was learned from an
Intimate asoelate of the judge, wheo
"Judge Parker has no faith In the
uity1 of speechmakiag for its own
-ake, aa d will male no speeches say
wbear for the aee purple of ap
puing In y ive, locality. _
W) res a ataoaplag tour by a pOW11
m* esadisato to be BIppropr ad Be
wilt undutake nae~cha tour. The
omly codItla uRapm which he a*i
take say spee anaywheBe will be the
fact J-at be ea SMo deSnale tae
to may. ab that hy in soaanoes by
lb own ka that so- give tim
-a -a beat 7 t0as earteag t- I
the. -as tc. TYow may say wifl
te. .n...i ..n. ast wair us

Largely increased Number of Police-
Chicgo, -August 2-Practicafllyr | 1
every striker at th stockyards wenl|t
On duty as a picket today, all work.
ing under thoroughly organized plans.
- Each squad has a specific territory'
and each man has a specific portion of
t division. A largely increased num-
her of policemen were assigned to
the chief of police.
Thdi fir;t prson-u arrested by the po.
le-c t iay was Thomas Stroker. busi-
ne'; ag:nt of the Meat Cutters'
'niln. en!,daroring as a striker pick. OC
1t, 'o prev -ntonunion men from en-
tr.-g the -yar.ds. He was charged 0
wr": di(trderi,' emd cwt. not withstand.
InI !iA prote.4ts that he was teting en. a
trtiry within bis conftitntional rights.,
ST-.c railroad trains into the stock
yairns. suza!y icrowdeld. ere oaly par!.
ly f:!led toda7. showirt a great falling
off in the number of *-!rie breakers.
This is cotsidered largely due to thi
sho-otng 'ast Saturday night, when one
man was kil-ld and others badly Mr. En(
wondled. It i tPtimated that fully of Fall and \\
1.A) -Trrike breakers who went out for these good
Saturday faiCled to return to work to
day. hu' thlre were a few new me '

Private Sapp Suicides. The
Augusta. G;a.. August \2.--Private r 's -
Jamies A. SapIp. nf the Atrgusta arsen

ni. was und (.ad under a pine tree
near t e tiltr .. plant of the Augus-
ta iattrw rivs. n Monte Sano, Priday
afti r-renm: :a')ip had been a sergeant
for .'-vera, -ar':, and head bookkeep-
,er -tthe ar-enaal.
Sapp Lad lwen absent from his po-t
of duty for s.-veral days. and the mid-
day mail b:roht a letter to Colonel
D. A. L't.. the commandant, telling
him v.her- hie could find Sapp's body.
The letter v as written by Sapp him-
self. and the eolonwl sent out a search-
ingI part, and the body was found,
just as indic-an.d in the note.
Sapp had taken morphine and was
dead several hours when found. His
hoine is in Winston. N. C.

Cqgpu(gi-VDteOe g
Oh, It Makes Me Smile
.--TO USE..


Made Ia Galnerlle by



Palatka, Fla.

Hunter Rye XXX.......... $1t 0
XXX.X......................... 200)
Gold Medal ....... .........3o00
Old Baker:. ............... 880
Royal Seal. .... ........... 4 50
Lewis 'M........... ............ 5 00
Corn Whiskey ..... ..... 150 to3
Gin ..................... t 400
Cae Goods at lowest prices. Eztra
charge for jugs: r-gal.. 1Oe; 1-gal-.
15e; 2-gal., 25e We will allowI prie
charged forjougs returned to us.
Goods boxed if desired. 6-1 -wrw

-t- 3t w tod uLMS ,l ItA e US& q
n m A, I~~k -McaafttaL
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S i"" M 96
Pttt *d fM~s~ltwfes xtl"y

SIhure rthabMi Flks!



. AT.. .

Lrcus Endels

)mmencing August 23rd and
ntinuing to September 1st


del is now in New York buying the largest and best seeieted sltek
'inter Goods ever brought to this county. We .maUt make rO
!s soon to arrive. ('.Cme and be convinced.

Leading Clothier and Gent' Furnibher.

f Tj


hose Desiring to

First-Class Ed
.... Should Atten




Secmure a

ucation I
d .... :

Florida Sminary,

Expenses are moderate. Instruction and discipline not sur-
passed in the South.
Excellent accommodations for young ladies. Parents may send
their daughters to the Seminary knowing they will reeei the very
best uf care.
Male students will be under strict military discipline. All stk-
dents are taught regularity and prompt obedience to authority.
Idleness will not be permitted.
A number of courses are sustained. All are thoroughly praeti-
cal. Nearly all of our Commercial and Shorthand graduates have
excellent positions.
Faculty of twelve able instructors-each a specialist. Noi hool
in the United States has a better health record than East FlorMds
Capt. Hearn, U. S. A., says of the Seminary: "The discipline
appears to be perfect."
TUITION FREE. For catalogues, addres-

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Fine ins Liquors ad Beer.
Orders Solieited. Prompt Sbhtpment.
Jug Trde a Speelaty.
Brand: Per Gal.
OCd Doatotuo WhlKtey..................... t60
S a! 1 re. . ... . .. .. ...... .. S
B mmlvl Rye ............ ................. 360
Blmore XX XX Rye ..... 30
C.rnTalWBye .. ...... ... ... 0
W W.Vian c ... ...... ........... 200
OI Tm te in ..... ........ ... ......... .. 3 O

Rock andye-. -Ry ... .
Peach andM H oney ..
IbmponedRufa ... ...... ..... ........ 30
ame Rum ........ .........
New EnglandB .n ......... 9
Blaker Brandr ....... ......... .... -..1
CatawbaW e .......... .... ........ .. -
Budwiser Beer. per 6 .. .......... -
ant t Blue Rion Beer. $Perdo .. ...
TuapaBeer- per doB.. ...-.... ....


Aiachusa onaty is 806,400 acres in
area, has 248 miles railroad, 900
miles wagon road, 56 ptosumes,
125 public schools. 27 pboophats
plants, 2Dsaw mills, 7I000 court
house, five n-ewspapers, and pro-
duces corn, cotton, rice, sugar ,
oats, rye, p toes pineapples, or-
anges, peaches, pears, pioms, w-

mHas fourtee ehouu s, two -

ater e alar lsete
~~thmsame w

D. Superintendent. ;










al Ticket 194.

C F. Buffum-Franklin essutj.

Geo. H. Holmes-Be iad et.-
G. A. W. Wendel-GodsieSdeaeuy.
A. X. eo.oty
For Goveroo-Hon. M. B.-fte -
lane, Hilhsboro.
Secretary of Stae-John F. -0wr,
Attorney-GCeral-Fred C. OChsw-
ly Levy.
Comptroller-J-. L. Sipper Polk.
Treasurer-E. M. Brelmfsl, Da-.
Superintendent of Public -atoee.

Commissioner of A&ri.ultBage--. 8.
Rowley, Potnam.
Railroad inmuaissioner -B. .
Ritehie, St. Johns.
J ustioe Supreme Court for taen. .
six yesrs-W. B. FAWpQ Ea .
Justices Supreme Coo&-Q. 8. Puat,
C. 8. Adam. IDuaL
E. P. Axtell, -DawL.

First Coangreinamiai i-B. X.
Gusby, Ellbom.
Secood CoO ein trae- .-
Thied Vougi-i Distdat-L N.

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fasDs iT.S:i AUGU:T 2,1904

M: MrTM Mnds. 3. Medlif M"aon bhave t P. Mayawd ofat Alashb was in Goto *"Horeshoe" for your fresh or 1 you wanti printing oay
arfBWr BI l o t yw eist fom Aanta, theets, yeswda. Mr. Mayaid has fais .They al iall.owd ?.send your order to The Sa- Ali
whrex.. Ma has been employed for some tim been engaged inthe io r ras where ao d I d p tmlreecutedat :s a|
"'m*boo to Hoirhnt." -wheretYOU c ir re.
Sshe Fruit Gowersn' Expres for the Wt le busmeintat that placi. but your salt. hersefeed, provio0is t et e j r wrrien u
pe few week& Mr. Maso hbasbeen recently disposed of his interests to and save hauling same long ditauce Subseriberswh au in arrem
wokig e -anter ofhandling H.C.,Sealey n handling oaame. J. A. Ward. oblige a very m h by making i
.lf-t-abra e 1woks *-ron ga etion, ind ays .TEETRIA" always haothte andt Rev. W. J. Carpenter left Monday date payment. The printed dane
the man wm a large and profitable the evening for Tallahas ee. where his sr. your paper shows to when yeor_
one t also cures the baby when vices have been tendered in behalf of sription has been pad I u t y e
C-a -ti:n6:--- :::W Lync has r- All else ha failed;.and 'tis true ihe tempene people in te wet ar pay
N ta t iife for you. leclo. t.o be plledof in that Jphty Sherff
-w turned' fro ns ron, where Saturday "TEETHLA" eures holera-infaa-
e e g--- delivered an impressive ad- tum, overcomes and -eounteraet the county early in september. He will r Creekws a v or to
tlii- i ateWhai t dress before the. Bron~~son Lodge effets ofthe summer'sheat. aids di- tae the stomp and make a vigorous. Mr. Yany
T e. t ite Sw -Pr ba -Knights of Pythiats. Captain Lych inrgat bowels and eaemrs and earn of th a, bat a
e R a torcibleanJ-easyspeaker, andis weJl Robe Baiden, one of she popular eire merhat and Czen of i
informed iz sall mitters pertaining to J. L Arriow of Mieanopy was in the machinists (,f the A-lantie Co-ast Lire L He is anod C e
b tIPythianism. hence his remarks were eity yesterday and paidThe Suan a call, at High Springs, t red a lum r
asT ha DtS:y I ah the more interesting. having his name enrolled pon the of his gentlemen friends at thatpla-e adog he m o at e
WMIt D:w of High Springs a in Main@ and his interesting lit- subseription list. Mr Arnow was for Monday evening an old-time turtle
S.e .- o Ir- of Moteeeta were amoo. g some time a resident of this city, a- stew which was greatly enjoyed. The Passengers from GasnesTile ai
-w- es is spending s' short e raitor tofth oeityyeatereay. Mr. been employed as a salesman i turtle were fresh from the coast, and points orh for Micaopy i th
-e.sltf8eus-i- .Maine. isant only a uecessfol farmer, the store of 3 Endel. but has for were prepared by an artist in the mat- lantie Coast Line now leave the
-M mo- d into the1 bt e aodcts a gioery, a general store, the past year beenholding a sim:iar er of turtle ews and soups, imported-at Erinston instead of M eanpyJ
se o ti.l.te. andis postaster-infact e is "King poton with J. E Thrasher at Mica- especially from Fernandina for tie tion a hertofre. Th ea
farm fr Montecha." but this is not -r-' o. His numerous friends iB th oe.ion. There were about twenty been made base of theftectta
s i was rin te cJpriuing when it is learned that. by his r always glad to see him. friends of the y-ung man present, and hard road between Einson and
Clever, affable manner, he has made .Justice J. A. J. Strickland of Hague ma who almos registered an oath nopy makes travel by private
.. h himself one of the most popular men was trading in the city yesterday.I before that they would not eat any- aaee mueh easier and more eomf mu
. .i, ee eOaep e m ine P th community. When asked regarding the "state of thing pertaining to turtle were those ble to passengers.
s i w te Bw J j Godwin, an estimable lady affairs" in his section the Judge re- who mostly enjoyed it. Those present Among the visitors to th is thy I
W 1.mCm t of Rex isin the city, a gest of Co plied that it was the dullest times, as are under obligations to Mr. Baisden. V. eagle of West Palm Beach
a nd Mn e ,th .merc 3ha.nsst of. 3 Riren. Mr. Godwin faras happenings were concerned, he Pre Thursday's D y Sn: here on a visit to his daughstea
Mna$" was, t ig business had ever exerieneed. "We farmersImi ssesSeagle. Mr
has been suffering for some time with eve expeiened. e farmer. Newberry, the merchant f
-*-----yini.y.. we are too busy to pay much attention to .ine"i"le's pioneer reie
an absess of the gums, which ha t High Springs, was a business visitor to Gamesrille s pioneer reusdem asam
d fmil of given her a great deal of pain, and she happenings," he remarked, "ut eity yetrda here before the war, h
bal hkh-ave-oBn to Sage, where came for consultation with Dr. J. H tell youonething, we are o:ng to have t iends not only in& "5inesils t
t M the estrelati fo Alderman. friends will be a mighty fine erops,and thast pleases us Ms Ar c ah Ja sthrougodte the corty who
Alderman. Friin "will be.glad al"t" day for.Ocala. where she will visit Mr. I t t county who n-
learn that e is rapidly improving, Herbert A. Williams of Tallahassee and Mrs. L. W. Jackseon for a few days. t h hoe bses
11 Cou&- N orh-n d ai, HerbertrA. Williams of Tallahasee. ,ed intthe e
ich- N&ofr tr foarseral eaion in-wiltso entirely riaovere. was a visitor to this city yesterday. Robert Evinston of Erinston, a anamberofyears.
t ha te kn r o e Joe Warre Mr. Williams was for many years a young man well known in this y, --
S aWarren W. H. Hertel, the clever clerk of the conductor on the Seaboard Air Line was a visitor to Gainesville yesterday. THE LADIES favor painting
h-si_-itha a -- Brown House, has secured with his between Cedur Key and Jacksonville. i J. W. Shettleworth'of Einston. one eLurehes. and thbrefore we rge
iaed._A W ick ad daughter, kodk a numberof views of the famous and was very popular with the trav- of the boss melon growers of that se- m nitter to remember we gie
iss ge to Antioe, algerieof that hostelry, which are cling public. He became tired of rail- tlon, was a visitor to this city yester. eral oasntity of Longman
.i a" the quite iteresting. The animals ad roadlife, however, and decided to set- day. IPint toward the painting.
f 0f5ts adaior btwo bra of the "zoo" are photographed tle down to something less exciting. W. A. Strickland of Paradise. one of Wears and overlikegold
M .J. eollu hae in pairs, which makes the seriesall the He is now running commissaries at the leading citizen f that ion. Don't pay $ a galon or a
reret from a ple tes visit to the more interesting. The best effect from Rosewood and Wllie, and, while he w training bsines thi.n city oil worth 9 w cents which you do
Jat#r'=m hier, eMr ou. E. E. Col Mr. Hertels kodak is the picture of reside at Taahaee with his inter- wasteransacting you bay other pains in a eanwi
t aiillleBaxker oaty, Ga. [the twoAfriesatZoloandarsu.. or-naake testing family, finds it necessary to ,W .. Hodge and pa it label on it.
Mag-berie Miwyllr.M age Finley eaters, the expreions being more come this way once in a while to look and daughter. nd 6 make 14. therefore whep
.t1-niwo departed yesterday clear and perfet. afte his interests. He departed on Elle of Alc were in the citwant fourteen gations of pains e
- nea t.e where they will enjoy Attention is directed to the display th evening train for Rosewood.ay, and made The S.ffieea only eight of L. and mit t

It-ie Wh-thr eo LaCrote, Bnow in.Nsew York, where he will pur- joeing over the birth of a fne cgrl. j Many houses ar well painted
eo_ tao be this rity for several ebae oiseoe the largest and mot up- The Son, with other friends, extends four gallons of L A M. nad -hse
-y.. a viit to ihis nmcle PniWp to-darte lines of clothing and geLnts congratulations, lons of linseed oil mixed therewia.
kB r. etarmed so hius home yes- furnishings ever brought to Alaehua jJ. R. Feaster of Rochelle was trading These celebrated paints are nIlt
---. -" county. In order to make room for in the eity yesterday. Mr. Feaster has Meier and MeKay, t a*la. Fla.
Wllitam Littledal. o nawstorn, these woods. .R. }ewell,manager just returned from a brief business I
-.-e- ----, he N". Smith om.^ during Mr. Ended's absence, is offering f trip to Jacksonville. Timber lease contracts for m1e
+ $s-gg- cosaecuon, j ,ag all spring and summer goods at ridie-t For sae- 5tudbaker a.opy p this ofefie- Pri by mal. 0s g-
fran .Hna ..aredr ee,,nop doz -->rhne
2uyigdrr 35 t-Alsoiastwo-Ir.... Mr. .:gist
wi lk, ns iz the city in she interest of rilow s prices. This coven, the entire horhee watgon.ofr $25' A ly H a in --?- -
10s0 h isenyline, and those desiring genuine bar- ho a l Apply Henry RamF -
Sgains willdo well to calland "stock s ey, Gainetrille. Fla.
- *i0Wl *. _l-or otrae ilS in -e.thell is one oaf the a most J. H. ye of Mianopy was in the ll
S -el abi nr ac less competent clothing a nd gent' furnimh- city yesterday. IHe wna route from m "
S -pe.- BIea eash with order, ingmen in this section, and can offer CCedar Key, where he has been for the and s .eri
aism- Sun, Gainesville. Fla. tf prospective ueRstomers suggestions i past few days on business.
a: Boa Wrate-W has -turne which areivaluable. Mrs. E. L. Cushman has returned
soon a-pleasant visit to her husband. 19m Wcdnedjays Daily Sn: T U~3j3f lV from a pleasant visit of several months a
W. T, Watersat Hicka. Master Simonson's Wonderful Salve for sale i l I to points in Virginia. Friends will be Sta -
la mother by J. oll Co. glad at the information that her
wlnain at Hiekman for several Monroe Venable of Kanapaha was physical condition has been greatly ia i
-a transacting business in this city yes- improved. fi
A a pleasant visit to St. Louis terday. C. Chity has arrived n the city I
a -he World's Fair, Asheville, ., Walter Hal of Mianpy was among from Micnopy Mr. Chitty has just op
at lotmo, S. C, Mrs. O. C.Pedriek those who paid Gainesville a visit yes- RIl returned from New York, and, this be- fl T RIU I
s c.hildre hsaf returned to their terday, ing his first visit to the great Ameri- U v LI w
e this eity. They were absent L cGracy, the mill man of High can metropolis, he naturally has a
bout tw. mtaths. jSprings, was a business visitor to this) Our Special Bargains on great many things to talk about Carr Compe Line of 4
W.E. Nwo High Springs wasreg- 1ityy saesarda'ef W- L Davis has returned from a a RFU
wl is +-ft l Blrown Hool e 1 hyeer-. ie farmer ays are attracting pleasant visit to relatives and friend Sk t -n -"
--- ie .of theeffientravel- of~oei, throngs of buyers to our in Washington, Baltimore and points to
rs for the York Life was ing b ness store on that day of each in Virginia, where he has been for the Pit t St at Prt

i I uomp Moiza Del, a harmhhehasing young W There are always Past two months. Mr. Davis was com- -_.-
. G n the At lady of Hague is in thity, a of Great Bargains in store for ed on count of ealth. PERT ftERAL -
-A&M-R W ruo teA~-Friends will be glad to learn that hel
k tn ihqt her sister, Mrs E. Lartigue. Our customers on that day.i s ~ alyipr
--le -itX. wi .he headquarters in i de eatly improved. I ade .,e-:! rer de rs
isnpy, was in the city for a few Mn. D. M Phifer of Windsor made Don't mi4s Seeing our bar- There was a wedding in Northerast b Uet. .St
tanteso!rday. He was en route to a brief bupleasant visit to friends gains for Thursday. Gainesville Sunday evening, when MAont!ru.fu ua. ..-i. e

resatveai in this city yesterday.
C. B. Holder, Barrell Wiggins and
Ed. White of Hague formed a jolly
trio who visited Gainesville yesterday.
Waterman Johnson of Mieanopy,
one of the leading citizens of that
town, was a visitor to the county eap-
ital yesterday.
Bloxham Dell, formerly of this city,
but now residing with his parents at
Hague. was among those who came to
Gainesille on a brief visit yesterday.
A4 B. and C. C. Chitty of Micanopy
iand Gainerille, respectively, have re-
turned from New York, where they
have been on a combined business and
pleasure trip.
Mr. and Mrs. George S. Merchant
and children returned yeterday from
Seabreems. where they have been en-
Joying the exhilarating breeses for the
p-t three weeks
Hon. W. M. Bliteh of Santa Fe, one
of the oldest and most widely known
Aredeats la that wetion. was among
thomewho favored the eounty eaplst
with a isit yesterday.
Mr. Kelly deptrtd yesterday for
el, where she went so attend the
bdide of a member of t Ahe family t
LW. W Wna, who has been sfer
ia d ii n a-rn-ld

Mennen's Borated Talcum,
two for.......... 25c
5 Bolts Embroidery, 14 in-
ches wide, special..... 19C
Men's Balbriggan Under-
shirts, best 25c shirt
made. ........ 19
One ~ot Best Lion Brand
Shirts, worthh. .. 83c
One lot Men's Best 50c
Straw Hts ...... .. 25
One lot Boys' Best 25c-
Straw Hats .. ... 15c
One lot Men's Summer
Suits, Coat and Pants,
worth $6, we close out
at. ........ $3.7

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Chas. Thomas, a popular young man
of Bell, was married to Mis Edna
Cox, the charming daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. John Cjx. Friends wish the
young couple an abundance of happi-
ness in their married life.
Clyde Carter made his departure
yesterday for St. Louis and other
points, where he will "take in" the
sights for a few weeks. At the eonelu-
sion of hit trip he will enter the At-
lanta Medical College for the last
term, at the end of which he will come
out out full-fledged M. D.
A letter from Mrs. Ja.. M. Graham
to friend sn this city bears informal
tion that Mr. Graham and heeelf are
enjoying themselves in New York
State. They aretow among friends of
Mh. Graham at her oM home, which
makes it all tshe more pleausat. Mr. and
Ms. Graham do not expem to return
to their borne in this city for several
weeks. -.
Ms E. S. Gaodea of Old Town.
who has bee tn edar Key I for the
pt te days, arrived in the city ye-
trday, and wilt be shaegues of Mrends
ere for a few daga. The lad h.
uent ton ttMGsiew wek ti h0


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PoaItively Two DayN

Saia whe he will resae his run
sk loPi sSoutherm ailroad. .
S E d Ho oeywalker, one of the
ra ed employees of the Union Phosl
1 p p tse Company of Tiogs was.a vis-
isor taOalns e Sunday. Mr. Honey-
walterha iest returned from a pleas-

M issDyeof Altobqoquie, New Mex-
sleo, has w'ived In the eity. Shei A
slee of N. F. Dye of the Gainesvrille
A Gulf railroad, and eame for the
purposeco entering East Florida Bem,
iary. This is indeed a complimen to,

rip4 s Gamble, wife of John-Gm-
1, wa.ered died at her home on
Rei- st- PFleant treet at ;e o'clock
&Sq morp agi. and was buried at
t 'Seek Mondsy afternoon.
f6taemkategaks0o. -hough Rev.
la bpoea, condctedthe toe --

tSp DuWvl, colored, twenty-two

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